National intelligencer
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Title: National intelligencer
Uniform Title: National intelligencer (Washington, D.C. 1810)
Physical Description: v. : ; 49-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Joseph Gales
Place of Publication: Washington City D.C
Creation Date: October 11, 1817
Publication Date: 1810-
Frequency: triweekly[jan. 2, 1840-]
triweekly[ former 1810-may 8, 1819]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former may 12, 1819-oct. 26, 1824]
triweekly[ former oct. 28, 1824-july 31, 1827]
triweekly (semiweekly during recess of congress)[ former aug. 1, 1827-dec. 31, 1839]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- District of Columbia -- Washington
Coordinates: 38.895111 x -77.036667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 1580 (Nov. 27, 1810)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in June 1869.
General Note: Issued daily: <Vol. 38, no. 5420, (Mar. 1, 1837)>-v. 38, no. 5423 (Mar. 4, 1837).
General Note: Publishers: Gales and Seaton, <1814-1860>
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Related Items: Daily national intelligencer
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Preceded by: National intelligencer and Washington advertiser

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'VOL xv i.

I' f~t~tl ljtY CALK:S L & i-AT
-,.itd.uiliitI' i/uitiys, anmitSioiiarlys)
til. tIESOLLAiii]:Elis AN'OJ~i-Ii( AJ)N--(CE.



In 'flbaRtiERi couttty the Repiublican
Ticket for Delegates has succeeded by
majority of nearly 200 votes. Thoma
Ha.wkins, B. S. Pigman, H. Stemrbeil and
W.m. ,' owney, are toe gentlemen elected
This county has been Federal for si:
In KEntr county there was no opposi
tien to the Federal Ticket.
In TALnoT' and CAROLIN,. counties, i
is said, the Republican has triumphed
-over the Federm. ticket! I .
Thus may it ever be when parties are
nmarshalled against each otherat the polls

We have, by yesterday's mail, London
dates to i lie 20th, and Glasgow to the 23c[
Aug-. We have not room for extracts to-
day. The general impression on out
minds, from a glance at their contents,
is, thai very little'reliance ought to be
placed on the rumors of a Coalition be-
tween Russia ard Spain, for the subju-
gation of the Colonies, of the latter.

A Projector,' in the Richmond Com-
piler, ut s: iAiti propriety of appointing
post office ag.ents for the ptiirpose of de-
tecting and remedying abuses, thelts, &c.
on the post routes. It may be as well to
state,. jo tilei.formaiion of Projec5i,.
that this idea has long since been put in
practice by.the General Pust Office, in
-cases of sufficient emergency to. require
.it. There are many instanceswithin our
knowledge in which this course has been
pursued with.great advantage to the pub-
lic interest, aiid generally with complete
success. -

The United States ship Ontario, Capt.
Biddle, sailed from 'New York on Satur-
dy last for Stiuth America.. It is report-
ed that J. 3, -hrevost, Esq. has -gone outit
in her as Conitul General to the Brazils.

s-tOrl'Io'na-l: .-a x ti nu
To the-Edito: -
SSla-Iin the last number of "Niles's Week-
ly Register,; a.letter is published fi-..fon Com-
modore Porte:i rerluestmgtigtle Editor to. cor-
r-c.. ,r r I i ..- ,.i'a .ted i n i tit
)......- h ,' ,, ,n,,I .,1n: ,i.. o licial let-
t- t I .'11 3 :t : dated New-
-York, July 14,1814. Commodorte lorter ;i
his letter to ,Mr. Niles, uses ithe following lan-
guage : I am very ftar from wishing to doany
injustice io Coinmnolore Hillyar, ('-who uI beiove

, aJ.' .t I. I I .I ,,, ..ro re' ..,..- I l .
relary oft'te Nay, (-see 6th/ ..
page 338,) dated fromi the 'issex Junior at sea,
July, 1814--detaiiiNg the particulars of the at-
t.,ck on these, ihe harbor of alpaaiso
I lind th" Coronmodor iebaisng in these sterns,
.(page 311.)- '."e have been'h fortunate blit
,ot disgraced:. .Tie dfence.of the Essexa has
niot bbca less holor.abl' to bter Oi.'ers andi
Crtew, tlian the capture of an equal force, and I
now consider my situation less unplcat;niit than
that of Commodore Hillyar,' iwho, in violation
of 'cry princiie 'ifj hioni'r, and. o ntewrt',saty, anId
re-'ari/esa !/ti l rights oif: :titonis, attacked the
1.-ex in her crippled stale, wm.iin pisol bsho
of a neutral shore ; when t six weets I had
daily ofie'-ed iiin fair and honorable combat,
on terms greatly to his advantage ; the blood.'f
the slain mzst be oo n hiv head, and hel, las get o rv-
contcle hi&scienduct to fleaven, to his conscience,
antd to lme world."
Again, in tie very letter of the 13th of Jul ,
1814, dated from New-York, in part of which
tlie punctumal ion is said to hIve been erroneous,
the Commodore speaks explicitly of the dt!pli-
city of Captain ilillyar, .and expressly states,
ha et when. ll ir, in companyy with Captai
Tucker, visited ilim on shore, he asked him it'
hi- iITt-'nclrt. o ---dprr-t.-d the neutrality of tihe
port?" 'ir,"' said lie (-lillyar) you have
paid such respect to t.e neutrality ofthis port,
that. 1 1 ...1 i...11 bound in honor to do the
Nmow, with these documents staring him in
the face, a nman of plain understanding will be'
at a loss to conceive what Commodore Port-er
ineahls wlieil he says thlatlhebelieves Commodore
Hfiltlrir to be ote of the wirot hworable of Briti/h/
:.eMrval Officers. Does the Commnodore inean
that al litishi Navat Officers are dishonorable,
and illyar oie among the least so-or has any
thing occurred to induce him to refcait the de-
clarations he officially made inii 1814 ; dechla-
tions directly at war with that recently made in
the weekly y .Register ? .

In answer to the Richmond Enquirer of
the 3d inst. Captain Porter replies, that
he has seen no cause to recant any decia-
i-ations he officially made in 181'4
After the-opinions'he had publicly ex-
pressed of the character of British na-val
oTlccrs generally, he did not deem it ne-
cessary to say whether he intended it as
a compliment or as a reproach, to rank
Coin. Hillyar as one of the mroost honor-
able among them .
Captain P. takes this opportunity to
remark, that he has (since the publication
of his letter in Niles' Register) been in-
formed, that the error in pulctuation com-
plained of, was promptly corrected by the
Editors of. the National Intelligencer,*
and that it did not originate with them,
but in the clerk who -copied his official
letter for their paper '

[' As will appear on referring to the National
Ihtelligcncer of July 25, 1814.]

N.i. e2681.

~L~Ptl~I-- ~~ C~-r~c. Inn~-*CIYI~WUI~IB~r- l~n~o~f. ;-x~ar~lpCs I~_~_~~~_____~___ L. I -

ON CoUitTS-MAYitTIAL, &e. cord of the trial ol a mjiille -uol.., i, ticular denomination oi" troops of-which COLUMBIAN INS'tI'UTE
their service, by a c. urt i..aitu ciit,:ii- he may be a mrcmber. A different prac -
TO THE EDITORS. led excht'-o/iVely ofl'oilit L I l,'.'ti' l iII','. In tice' Will' inevitably weaken, iT not ulti- Summary of proceedings of the o.
Gentlemen--As the true construction corroboirationofthi, rd,lil'nunmt.)itI, x. mately destroy, thatespritdui cor/is which lumrbian Institute, at its stated rmeetin,
of the.68th article of the rules,,-&c. of samples mightf be cii.d Ori, ht ,.ur, inspires with an imulous zealfor distinct on iMonday, 6th October, 18I7.
war, may, from the conflicting opinions may sulfice for thie re.-rat: "1 I, 1. -e tion the respective denominations, and A sufficient number of members beiag con-
expressed upon it, seem to be doubtful; ofLieut. Gen. Innes, .1 rt,- ..l ,, r .i:t. gives to the whole an increased efficien- vend, conformably to tlhe. prov,,ions the
and as the decision of the court martial, for whose trial ten *..nrc.d -ffi,,: i, ,t .,. C." c..r .t,... it as decid;,l to proceed to the
extracts from the -proceedings of which army and three of the. ii.n ,n ..: -t e= t '.ce t s.....v for the cas-
appeared in your paper of Saturday last, detailed, is directly i' point, Getltien: i I.., : '"1I ,ul,
is not to be received as a recent in si- Is it inot ni...t ,,,.l. ,- ..', li I have read with great s.1, 'sie the va- P. "n rddt, EaW.n CtTsreS
niiiar cases, I take leave to request that infancy of o.u:- iut;' l,,".'':,,:l ,I. 0ious numbers in your, p.-q-r *;.w2-id iiF I ..- ....,,. ... l .d.
you will give publicity to the subjoined, when Cu ..r -%.e cv I,. .,,, La-uitaro, I-,.r_ .,. acknowledgment of :. -
remarks, as casting sorrme lightupon thire for the gogour iir..'i and ,lcip..ii-i. f .... ttrimlependen't.-ntions G.,ouUi .\n:i- .:" -'
point in controversy. They are extract- forces, t'.e) 1, i ci:nteiipl;..li, if not. ca.is so ably urged, and against which T'e7w,,.rOv o ..
ed" rom a letter, written immediately af- actually L.-ibic th,:ri, the LnriL .h m.uti-' nothing can be said either on the .motive v v e rt.
ter the decision of the court was ascer- ny act; and. that t.icy slit.l from .it of right or policy. In. the last piece it Curators, ELZUs B1. CAIUWZLr,,
trained, which was intended to have been such parts as were Lde.tnllIl LI,. enia! was correct to state the financialdilicul-. Jon;,lw, '
presented to the President, on his arrival with our institutional, .ad i.,I t.o .the ties of England, to shew that the only HoU C. W'ir:-,'Ay,
in Washington, before he should have object they had in vic. :. Hi.'s cli; can power capable of interrupting our peace, It was the es AMed that th.
formed.his opinion upon the subject. The we account for the fact iii4 n r parts provided she should enter into the views Prident of th stitte be rquesd to ait
writer, however, upon further reflection, four's, as it now sta,..Is, it, Jlv c. rres- of Spain, had not the' pecuniary means : p- the Prsner s- -soxl i t. a'A sitn
believing his [own] views, in every par- pond with parts ol tire Li'-ubli code, it may however be stated that England '* I.I' f ofthis Society, ann soicic hPCris si.,ion
ticular, to.be in unison with those of the which existed before we we.rc- a nation ? has now an unengaged arny of 150,000 fo consider him as the Patron of t- Ciini ia
court, and supposing their decision might The samte analogy is itcinrkibl in'the men ; such an army for numbers and dis Institu.te; and to port his answer to tie next
have been accompanied by the reasons acts for the government and 'discipline of ripline as she never possessed before, and 'h Itnth'
which governed it,. determined to sup- the English naral forces a,d h .l ,1,,.h 'that her vessels are also disengaged, by General Committee of the stit, onat
press the letter co)niiiinini the .remarks prescribes the regulations lor I. i.....,. which many of them could, without much of fourteen members; the foiblh ig ggi rne
now offered to the public. The dourt, it ment of those of the.Uite-d S t.i... If expense, be thrown over to southh Ame. Were declared duly elected, viz.
will be rememberedd: was composed of then it be conceded that li.-'i 1,.:. r- ( -. rica ; but thefolicy of the nation and in osiChM.1 eigi, lex-. '-',.:,
army officers ;-was highly respectable, tary code ofGret 'li.,., -.i lii-1 .-, ; clinations of the people forbid it; for a-me l. mIBkte, JdSury Dlck'nts,
both foron the rank and intelligence of its ait the formation o.' .:, inco, e. i io d ... England has ,ore to gain than we by imq'l W. Smith George f.
several tiembers, and its decision, there- to it, is notthie it' ituc,. in.lutn .iu the emancipation of that invaluable count jlemy flnatt, Geosge '
fore, that it could. not take cognizance ble, where there asi no I1', of offences charged against an officer of the contrary, thit the 1.evidlatiur: intend- clination to engage in a measure that Beiami. Iomnans, udotl, h. S.haer.
Ithe marines," is entitled to great weight. ed the same iitic, creationn -slio-;.: be giv- would be more fraught with evils than The President was then aitLiorized to non'i-
The peculiar 'and appropriate delicacy en to, and tle .irr.e p'acrice It ,I under Pandora's box. Though England could nate a committee, from among the mnemblers
present, to deliberate on the subject of bye-
observed towards'it by the President of them, in our service, which Were known furnish men and ships, yet Spain cannot laws" for the regulation these fithre proceed-
the United States, sanctions this asser- to have prevaile.l in th, it. -ice df Great pay for them, and what inducement could ings of the Instit te; ;the follmving ge ntei1en
tion. Britain ? A siull:.sint.]i 1 th.-: contrary be offered to England, to engage her uto were accordingly appointed to thatduty, viz.
Remidrks, E:. c ,at .'..!. would seem to I, ..ii.. i.iun.bir. Where send armines and fleets,band support Joseph tindeiwsn,
"As this decision disagrees with the then is the difficulty io tir. pr. et c-.c ithe-m, epci.ialls when laboring under ,lidrie Iuinte r,
,opinriotnpreviouslyobtained, of the Aliu-. The tr ue nsxiidg of-thi-- dth aritc a .e ..chi emrnt.rrati3j.its? J iga.a1._,ipl_ y_ .k Ti-See ,ete-, astdir- cate.to notify the.
ney General of the United States, I trust as obvious as day. \11> ever a couit. :r 't-r laur c fior how much soever Membersofthe General Com;itte of their ap-
I shall inot be deemed obtrusive in offer- martial for the t, i .1 of a iasi, ine doing that nation may be reprobated by the ja- pointment, and of the time and place of their
ing a fe remarks upo the 68th article duty on shore, (annsit. in jus5tirr to the cobins, the English are certainly not the first mretting.
1 0 A proposition was aitated relative to an
of the rules and articles of vwar, from the accused, or with L.o-tl-ern-e to [ie pub- .eneipies of liberty." We have only so- amentproposi tion was6th a ted relative section
alleged ambiguity of which the disagree- lic service, be exctus, tve!'.detailed from berly to ask ourselves whence the free- of the constitution. After some discussionthe
rent arose. .For a fair interpretation of the corps, the deficiency mist be flui ,-',. domn of opinion in governments, in laws, proposed modification was oflcred in writing,
that article, it may be necessary to recur e0d in officers of the ,my: so, likewise, i: rights, was derived ? From England I signed by three members of the late Geers'al
to the usages of military service, to ascer- when a person belongiI,- i the army is Whence came every good institution in Committee, and was, of course, ordered to lay
tain the practice with respect to the or- arrested, and a court lu I( it i.,l cannot, this country ? From- England Whence oveiconsiderationuntiltheniextstatedmeet.
gnizatioof courts for te tial of per- th convenience or r tly, te exclu- came even this form of government ? A option ade ata former meeting Dr.
sohs belonging to particular corps ,anci ve/i. had from the armyi apart thereof From England There they have a king, Thornton, was at this present resuscitated, teil-
more especially to the marine corps. It should.be taken from Il. is well known that many parts of the rules marines. The good of te stI Ice, and president, senate and house of represen- Society, in turn, to comppse, and to conmmini-
and articles of war, for the government the end, of justice d,-a. ii;he ith, applica- tatives. There the king and lords are cate at either special or stated meetings of the
ancI articles of wvai, for the government Institute, wa essay on some useful art or science;
of the armies of the United States, are bilityof.the provisii, .., .this aiMLe, and 'hereditary. Here our chief magistrate vwhch motion, being rby duces d t ,, wase
the same, verbatim, with parts'o6f the it rests with the sound discretion of the and senate are elective. England has ordered to lay over for considerationandtiidture
English mutiny act-and that, in the proper Department to say when it may been long reprobated by the admirers of decision.
organization aild procedure ofcourts mar. be found convenient and necessary" to liberty fbr her opposition to the French A motion was mate, and carried unanimously,
trial, the usages of thenr service have heefi resort to them. But it does- ot appear to revolution, and the writer of this sincere- that a special meeting of the Columbian Insti-
maerillyifnotenirely adopted by us. ave been intended, under ny circum- ly wished to see such a revolution in Eng- tebe neat o Tico seoad ody i
it oantot,. therefore, be foreign to this stances in which that discretion car, be land as would have given a. government period the society adjourned, without a dissent-
enqnuity, to shew the established practice exercised, that a court h-:lly c ,n.,' .., like this but the tyranny of the French ing voice.
in a tsrvice to which in the particulars ither of oiicers oi the mares or of the jacobins frustrated every attempt at revo- A correct summaryconformably to the origin-
mentionyd, our own bears so strong a. and forces, should sit in Judnent for the lution there, and occasioned such a dread al minutes.
imilitude. The provisions of the 96th trial of offenders belon-ing the other, of revolution, thatit even prevents a sal. er order,
1 i oT : sfiAT. CUT TING, Secretary
i.: r.f tht ,. .. of v..r, i;. the .. Fa' from i : Such a cnto i.ion'is not utary reform ; for the very friends of re- ,- TT, secretary
-ri. a ,'...-.. L ,e' ;,mc ,t-, ,)lod t lie rar the ill directed n- By a note subsequently addressed to the
i,, n .1, It a 1 s 1. toa, which, Xhcnever the coaningency occurs excessive turby n m .lence---- -. 'ino
English mutiny act ;ant so tenacious are
Ihey of the rights and feelings of particu authorizing recourse to it, expressly re- Europe, because they partake of a spirit nli tei asaa Curator, or shold then hasve de-
arcoptht, in the 2 article of the quires that the court 60 s l be" compo- ,f f,'eedom and independence that no oth- c it.wou d be umpossiile tor iifit to attend
at corps,ecthtion ofn the 2d article of the sd of olicers of the marines and of the er nations possess. But did not that very tldthe dutiesn implied by that appoint unet, 11and
2th section of the rules, ac.framed by associated toter The la lion conclude eace with N oeon at he positively declines acting in that qUali-
th'e-r sovereign in virtue of autho,-ity army, associated .together., The Ian- nation conclude a peace with Napoleon, t, md requests that hisinalmie be strue-k offi asa
ested him by law, it is expressly laidguage is imperative as to the description and when they were in the very act of e uat etbe trur. o s
own, that, For diierenes rising a- of olcers of which the court is to be vacuating Malta the French, under that
long themselves, [the artillery] or in formed, while the discretion extends only restless ai.d faithless leader-, -, Ho l-
. ...ng themselves, the a,,,,rtilley in to determining whether to order such a land and. Switzerland, declarngt
mnitaiicio lctcira" lni. to, their ow n o-- -_1-4'1 odt

i-la-titerelating o.,c i "'., ie ,,- ICop, court, is 1 convenient and necessary to nexation to .France. J his renewed tle
the courts-martial may be composed wf the public service." To have' met thi war, and that war never ceased till the
their own officersk; but were a suicient broad and sweeping interpretation given complete overthrow of tile Idol ofI error-
number of such m cutters cannot be assem-s to it by some, the article must have gone ists : for no man of common sense can
edy e or in attersed the offers oftr co- farther: it must hale said, 1 whenever call Naiioleont the Friend of Liberty.-
ery shall sit in eourts-martal with the it may be found convenient and necessa- By taking out the first r. it would be a ve-
lcery shll sother courts-martial with the to the public service," offenders in the ry correct name. Though I admit my
ordincer to the dates of their respective marine corps shall be triabie by courts- conviction that the sentiments of Lauta-
c ordin to the das rulheir respective martial, composed of officers'of the army, ro are not merely general, but nearly uni
1cmicitlys.ecognised in te 3d article of and so, vice vera., Again : Thee act of versal in this country, in favor of our ta-
thie same sectiognsed in relatihen to the corps Congress fo1r the government of the ar king by the hand the representative of
othe roysae engctineers and tie offices o th e ries, of which this article is a part, is not each emancipated region of South Anme-
ord'hance, nc. &e. Thus it is cleat' that only declaratory of the duties and discip- rica, and acknowledging them as free and
a coert-nartial fot' the trial of any person line of the various graces of which it independent countries, yet I do not think
compurteheded by these artilo es, is organ- insists but it prescribes, also, the pains -with that author it can become the digni-
zcomprehe iedy ofofecers of the is org-ps and penalties which shall follow the com- ty of an American, to use such epit 'iets
to wich tile accus.eAd.ma belong, except inission of certa 'in offer nces, on conviction of reprobation to the English- as lie has
in casesch the rccu a sdiicient nuber of thereof by the' sentence:of a cou rt m ar- indulged in : for even'a bad cause would
such ocasers ca ot be. assembled, or tial. Is it not, therefore, in the nature of not be benefitted by indecorous language,
such os cchers another corps may be inr a penal law, and ought it not to be con- and it certainly is not very correct for
terestd whoffere ofth iferent corps are instrued strictly ? 1 will only further re any human being to jest upon the visita-
tiresth d :" oci er s o d.hetlrer such arule mark, respdcting the provisions of this tions of the Almighty. Most of the re.
thnas bee hel inviolate. W here te suc a ruvie article, that the positions and arguments spectacle familiesin this country descend-
hwoul.. adsb it en it, orat )phied at all, in the here advanced, are sanctioned as well by ed from the English, who emigrated onil
United States, for thapprial of persons the usage & practice, almost immemorial, account of their religion, and whenever
United States, or the trial of persons of that nation from whose code we seem the inhabitants of that nation hear a de-
beloin g to either of the corps designay to have adopted them, as, likewise, by the ascendant of the English abuse, and curse
ted the 96th articles to be reasnablndgood best authorities that are extantiupon mar- the English,they conclude that the father
sebutnse appears toftand experience has trial law ; authorities which are not only or grandfather of that man was a convict.

proven it to be salutary in the iEnglish appealed to and relied on in the st-rvice
service, I may be allowed to ask if wisdom fbir' which they were particularly intend-
and sound policy will reject it from -ed, but which, so far as regards formutle New tall Goods.
our s.? .. and etiquette in the convening, ergani- --SBOU'.LN & CHILDS have received afresh
"With reg rd to tie marine corps of zing, and procedure of courts-martial, supply of Fall and Winter GOODS. well
the two services to they possess a characps of e been received and recognized as the assorted, and will be disposed of low for cash,
ter oftwo series so strikingsess as to dispel guides in ours. I allude to the Treatises or t punctual customers. Among them are-
terofametss so striking as to dispel lo es y ol e Aruetoe' Thread laces and thread edgings, well as-
every doubt on the question at issue,un of ytler and McArthur. sorted
less it is believed, or can he shewn, that As it is uncertain whether any similar Me-inn shawls
the invariable and long.established prac- occasion will hereafter occur, on which, Iitation do-good
twice itn tile Enlsh r tvice is contrary to with propriety, I could have the honor to Caisim"ere do large sizes
tne spirit and intention of the 28th sec- address you, I hope to be pardoned for Merino Cloths
ion of their mutiny act. By that section the suggestions I have made. They 'are Silk:gauze vlvets, new article
tion o"as nu" silk do every coior
the association of officers of the niarines offered morewit a desire to be instru- White dome feathers, very superb
with officers of the land forces, -for the menttal in advancing the interest of the Black cstriclh do
withrposof he ldi nd foces, or thpublic service,than from any solicitude Furniture fringes, verycheap
purpose tof epe olding made to depend upon theme contingenclose then b observing, that it seems Plalings, for hat linings
cy that it is by the 68th article of our Levantine silks
code ; and it may, I believe, be safely af-. reasonable and right it should be under- Brussels and ingrain carpetings
firmed that there is no instance upon re- stood as an invariable principle, in every With many other articles, which we promise
branch of our military establishment, that to ,eell for small profits
Th---- e 116th section of the Engis mutiny an alleged offender, whenever the con-ve- N. B--We have a few sets fancy Chairs,
act, and the 96th article of the. rules, -.c. of war, nience and necessities ofthe fublic service Philadelphia make, which we are ordered to
for the United States, both relate to the trial of would admit, should he tried by a court-- OSBOURN &.CH1LDS.,
officers and men belonging to'the artillery and martial, composed of oficers of that par- Georgetown, oct10--eo3t
corps of engineers, &c. &c.

~-"Bi ... NEW-YORK OCT. 6.
city from Havena, n diZ in this
ment made by someAmericans, in o-
linemennt at that police, with a request that
it might be published, in the hope that
government n.ay afford them relief.
The statement is signed by Peter An-
kar, who it appears belongs at Boston,
but sailed last in the Mary from Rich-
mond for St. Croix. At this place he got
charge of a West India schooner, and was
prosecuting successful voyages from.one
Island to another, when his owner per-
suaded hinm to engage as second officer of
a privateer, under captain Asa Hosmer.
In this new employment they soon made
a prize of a slave vessel from Africa,
with which they proceeded off St. Jago
de Cuba, for the purpose of ransoming it
as agreed with the owners. While en-
gaged in this negotiation the command-
ant scnt out a vessel of superior force,
aiad captured them.
The whole crew, in which there were
8 Americans, were thrown into prison,
and confined in irons for 5 months, in
separate apartments,with only a plate-full
of rice every 24 hours to subsist upon.
Com. Taylor had been off the place, and
demanded their exchange, which the go-
vernor refused. They were then march-
ed almost naked and barefooted to Ha-
vana, suffering on the way hunger, thirst,
and inhuman treatment from the soldiers
who guarded them. Since their impris-
onment at Havana, a British man of war
has been at that port, and obtained the
release of such of their companions as
were British subjects. They have sent
a representation to government, and a
petition for relief, but do not know that it
reached the United States. They hope
the government will demand their release,
and, if they have ac:ed wrong, punish
them at home.

In Georgetown, yesterday morning, after a
long and distressing illness, Miss ADELIE l'EP-
sorj, aged 19, daughter of Gen.John Peabody,
of that place. Friends and relations are request,
ed to attend her funeral this evening, at four
o'clock, from her.father's dwelling house, with-
out a more particu ar invitation.



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~F'is~z l I -11k, .1 --; i I I .~nIZ, s~i

.,, .........--------- To talk, therefore, of any ofthepow-
"rBanC rtI camos-D SMurmilL. ers of Continental Europe engaging in a
-foreign war, at present, with any nation,
TO tIENRY CLAY, ESQ. more particularly with the United States,
No. v. seems to be perfectly idle. There is not
fr'dt hav- tle unitedd jSja.es to apprehend frtom one of then, Russia excepted, which is
the ,powe rs oof Contineial t. ',ope, on t eir open- not completely debilitated and exhausted.
l dec'iring ii flavor ofti the Snih .neritcaa,.- We have drawn in a preceding number
In answering this question, it will not a condensed and faithful sketch of Eng
be expected that I should enter at large land, which is generally allowed to be
into the views, policy, or oughts of the the potent a ngt p t ongst the Lgiti-
several powers which it may be necessa- inates ;' and we have seen that her con
ry to speak of--nor indeed can I believe edition is in all respects wretched, and
that such a detailed exposition would be truly deplorable. Whether that nation is-
Ot all required to enable my leliow citizens destined shortly to be convulsed with ci-
to form a correct opinion on this question, vil coInumotions or not, is a question un-
when I recollect the very inquisitive and necessai v to be decided, as regards our
c6ntitued attention with which they have present inquiry ; it is enough that it
always regarded the late struggles for It- clearly appears that she is utterly unable
berty in the European world,'and the to wage war upon us for any cause which
dleep interest they have mtnanilested for does not vitally a ettiher immediate ex-
the rights of man in every stage of that istence.
great contest. I have seein.it some where 'France, Holland, the Netherlands, and
said, that the "people of the United States Italy, cannot stir; fior they are held down
were a prodigiously talking, news-loving by English, Russian and German bayo-
people." I believe it to be a trait in our nets. Thus the conflict is over, but the
national character, and i fervently hope victors dare not remove their force, or
that inquisitive temper may always con- release their hold. It is a victory of that
tinue, and never be checked ; because it kind where every spectator is amused to
is owing to such a propensity, that the. see tilhe vanquished man lying -on his
people of this country are more generally back, refusing to cry out enough and yet
and accurately informed, upon all politi- as much dreaded by his antagonist as if he
cal subjects, than' any other people who stood unhurt upon his feet. The victor
ever existed, ancient or modern. In Eu- insists upon submission, bawls out with
rope, to be well acquainted with the his- affected exultation, yet is terribly alarmed
tory of one's own times, is considered as lest ltat spirit and strength which he sees
one of the accomplishments of a scholar; and eels, should by accident or the least
in the United States it is an acquisition relaxation, be *enabled to turn upon him.
common to all ranks. I shall, therefore, It is. as it were, the victory of a cowardly
consider this important question amply bully, who has gained a temporary advan-
and conclusively answered before my tel- stage, by sheer weight and accident, over
low citizens, if I merely recall their re- a hero, whose limbs are yet unbroken,
collection to the history of our own times, ant whose soul is unappalled. It has be-
by touching on some of the principal come a sort of cant among tie aristocrats
events, so as to shew that the powers of ofAmerica, as well .as Europe, that the
the coltioent have neither tile disposition people/of France are unfit lot liberty -.
or theability to interfere with us, because the people of the.republic of Holland are
of any part we may take.in the affairs of iow surely, according to these wisecres,
the South Americans- utterly utfit for liberty-and the people
Washington,'in_ his' farewell address, of the Reptiblican Cantons oh Switzer.-
which is in th:. hands and recollection land, are surely unfit for liberty-and the
but, unfortunately, for soni'e years past p ople of the Republic of Genoa are, be-
does, ot appear to have been in the.hAcart yond redemption, unfitted for freedom.
-f -ll of us, tells us, that Europe has a But, of all things, how wicked it -was in.
set of primary interests, which to us have mother Britain to talk so loudly aid so
none, or a very remote relation-a much as she did about the'iberwies of the
that our detached and distant situation people of Oid Spain, a set of people whom
invites and enables us to pursue, a differ- kings, noble, h monks, have not suffered
cat course." These political axioms have to hear even the word liberty since the
at all times and every where been mait- days..of Padilla-to talk, I say. as the
tained as the fundamental principles, both English did to the .people of Old Spain
in theory and practice, of the democratic about liberty, and, in the slang of Tom
republicans of the United States', and the Paine, about, the rights of man, whose
great body of the people of this country very ears are alto e ther unfit for hesodnd
are now fully convinced that the interests of Ibberty, at any time these fouo' htun
and; pol cy of the European nations are ,ed years, was absolutely cruel ; it was
essentially hostile to those of the Ameri- the uost taunting,worstsp':cies.ofc crelty.
can continent. The same cant bout the uirtuei'os of lib-
The French revolution is certainly one erty is, am sorry to hear; too often ap
of the most wonderfiulepocihs in, the an. plied by some Republicans not only io
nals of tie human race. Events ani the French. the most gallant, enlighiten-
developments which seem to.be suffi' ed, well inftonied people of modern Eu-
ciently numerous and vast to cover whole rope, but to the brave and ut r,:ori.hlit d
centuries, have been crowded into the Patriots of South America. b,,ci cant
compass of tlhe short lire of an individual. in the mouth of an European despot, is
On the 4th day of July, 1776, we took naturally to be expected and in place, but
onr stand among the nations of theearth, it is absolutely) ,h ,i u. ,-,,. rt"f"l,.In"l
not as one slowly risingfrom insignili- bse from t
cane ait 1t. -2t 't'm- ". w a ..... tf the er t,,nteiy
at once"-like i'crva,-starting in com- to say publicly to LaFayette and his as-
olete adult vigor from the head of Jove. sociates who fought by the side of Wash-
The stale'lessons of antiquity, however iagton and, established our liberties, that
excellent -in their kind, seemed to be they were uqfit for freedom-The French
unsuited, or inadequate in many respects unfit for freedom A "noble people,"
to our situation and rising greatness- who required more than a million of
and Providence laid before us the events, ho, c i-..,yonets to put them down, and
wariinstlhe preceptsandtlheexam ,......,l Of thousands still pointing at
ihteredtpeople rise their hearts to keep them down. Oh
^fytee people rise justice, how long wil the impudetnce,tie
against their oppressors, and instantly ignorance, andinconsistencies,"of vile a-
every aristocrat, every king, and every ristocrats aind priests e allowed to pre v
priest, laying aside all private animosities. vail over the reason and the rights of
rallied with all their force, and raised the mankind ?over the r
standard of despotism and fanaticism in repeat it, i the lanage washing
opposition to that of the rights of man. ton, that pe hasa set of primary
There reecsome men even ofuuimpeach interests, that to us have noune, or a very
able integrity. and who are by no means remote relation"--and no man can m,:.
destitute of discernment, who have alto- ditate upontihe Frenci revolution and
gether refused to believe that any such its shocking and deplorable results, vith-
compact as that called thie treaty of Pil- out seeing and feeling that the create s
nUtz. ever was entered into by the kings, toh g c
it, ever was oy ngs of those primary interests is th. destruc-
of Europe ; whereby they bound them- tion of fieedom-yd.tle-establishmentiof
before France tion of freedoni and the establish nienotof
selves each to the other before France regal, and priestly government .,every
h given the least umbrage to any one l p'ie v e t e
had given the least umbrage to anyoe where-and this being the case, I would
of themoto crush her spirit ..of reform exhort and coj.ure my countrymen i
and of liberty, to destroy her and to di- tuhrlyt, consider how warmly cu an d im--
vide1ecr territory among them. t"ti'e to, cllsider how warily tnd im-
vide and peratively the honor, the glory, and the
Whco thera such a solemn league and best interests of our common country
covenant.was then and there fo irmally en- calls upon and demands of tilem, in the
tered into is not yet positively ascertain language of Was himgton, tem tat our dhe
ed, because, no treaty 'as having been tached ofand distant situation unites and
made at that place has yet beenennables as to ptursue a df/i'erent course."
published, verbatim, with all the u- Iris imposuibefor any maf of corn
sual formalities and signatures of a trea- It i ilciposibie fom- any n or comn
theMon. capacity to see arty danger from any
ty But to insist upon the truth ofthe oneor all of the powers aof Europe, by
existence of the treaty of Pilnitz, would our taking a part with the Patiots of
be rather to cavil about form, and to o- South America.--They cannot, they dali
overlook substance ; for no one .can now not, molest us for such cause..-The spire
doubt, or.will have the brass'to deny, that it of fieedo a h e s uch au they
the European contest has been from the eaoit 0 ib at homne i'sus mthe adatey
beginning coflict of combined kings a- not go abr'o, miuch less across the At
against ae/eople who were etideavoring. to olantic, to b !)pi tless acros the At
improve.their condition, and to establish l' t ti e c t amn pions of
-their rights upon a ciebr.and sure foun- liberty on this new continent. There is
nation. not one of them that has either the means
That people have been vanquished .. or the courage to wa e open war against
ter a struggle of more than thirty years th em. The Unitod States can have no-
continuance, and by the cong-eegation tig f to iear-.tom Europe-aud their
and combined efforts on the side of des distant station ivite and enabled thed an
potism of more than a million of men in ao situation boldl and enable ^
arms. But although the people have at once openly and boldly and ger* .6
been overcome, and the .spirit of liberty to declare in Javor of tce liberal of the
prostrated and pinioned down-yet it" ois ft/ of Soth Americat
not altogether inanimate ; for the despots Hence, the only r, gainingg question to
have not dared as yet to disband a single e .consied which of the American
troop of their vast armament. The eo Povinces d be first recognized as
pie are no where trusted to themselves, .... P dent nation, and aided in estab.
or suffered to recruit and renew their i"l t'.he liberties and independence of
own energies; and many parts of Eu- te rest .
cope exhibit the singular spectacle of LAUTARO.
more than one fourth the male population i L IN
being armed with bayonets, and employ o1 EVi ITN c
ed to keep the rest quiet and in order. EV DES, D r Tior EXECUTED AT
Ti ts OrsICE,



Mr. 0.SUiI.ir'AN, the Consul of the
United States at Mogadonre, in the King-
dom of Morocco, has officially informed
his government, under date ol the 15th of
August last, that authentic intelligence
had rcachmd Mrg lt'u of the Plague's
preyailingiq .Algiers.

The Baltiniore FederaP Gazette has done us
the honor to"fi6tice a playful remark subjoined
by us to a crmmnnication from Mr. 0amiuel Soft,
oil ti-It' ..I' of LoTTr'reIS, and seems to im-
pute to it atparticvilar aim at the Surgical Lotte-
ry. We aie sorry to have ieen misunderstood.
We meanitto express to iMr. Soft our opinion
that Lotteies-ivere not a proper resort for those
who fave:little money to spare, inasmuch as
the prospect of success is,proverbially fortui-
tous ; andthat in this respect: the sIbhemes of the
numerousLotteries, successively tentipting the
public, aim of about equal merit. Thle proba-
bility in regard to aly lone -who relies for the
comfort (fhis future days, or for relief from ex-
it.,.' lt.I t r,, ,'i his.clince in a Lottery.
cetl .,,tl i -. li' t, I: news of his success will,
not 1;'...I ," hi life; for tliere'arel at least as
many chances against ;im as there are tickets in
the Lotoery. It as a as far from our intention to
questioia the relative merits of the Surgical Lot-
tere, atthe motives of those engaged in it-of
both of -which we know nothing to their dispar-
';.o mnent. 'The drawing of i hlottery,it appears,
is to commence i ext ro1oithl.

Tnl P R *-?.r i-'of Cases ,roued and al-
u,!-'tiJ in, ilte -tiie-eme :C.'u, t.l Ite U,,iti -
ce, ,tmat," I th le'lastt terun (that is..in
F i-t uan 1, It!' I )by4li-ai 1 WaVHB ,vrdoN,
Esq. are jiist published 'at New York.
:WcE i t ii., inforination for the use ',i
our I'- I..i rI.riJ, 10 sameof whom it may
be im' ," tiL. i he work has a high cha-
racter. "

His Brittnnic .Majesty's bri-g of war
Harrier, Capt JoIues, from *Jamaiica, and
10 day froni -Havana, arrived at this port
yesterday, vith specie, W.e understand
about, haifa z'ilon of dollars for the 'U.
States Ban'k,: besides other sums foir in-
dividuals. : L[.'V. Yorkpofier.

-WeV have been f-,.jircdt ilih the -fol-
lowing cupy of a letter dated
', Mriy's, 27'A Sept. 1817. :
L On Ionday last the Spanish I.i c.-.
embarkedlr-mo Amelia island, and those
on tlie, Maiintook up their line of march
p lr A itsLi;it.i. The militia hacvim.
Sprv'i'tii' iv 1r-iurriel to Ieir lhboes, corn-
piete;y disgusted with .the service of the
Royalists,and have since made their place
with the liberating army.
"Corn. Aury-has been elected captain
general, Col. Irwin commandant of the
land forces, R. Hubbard, Esq. governor
of the two Floridlas Henry Yonige collec-
tor, and Win. Ogleby 'marshal, and eve-
.ry thing going on well. The prizes'now
in port are two Spanish ships and two
brigs, containing upwards of three ,thou-
sand boxes sugars, a quantity of coffee,
indigo, cochi.eal and specie, and a large
ship is now coming in laden with sugar
and hides. 'The whole property now a.-
float in these Wailers is said to tie worth
half i million of dollars. Cash has only
began to .circulate since the arrival of
Comr. Aury, he having loaned sufficient
money for laying. the troops, and for
other emergtincics. Salt provisions and
all ti id 6l1bXead siitffik begin to be in

At a late meeting of the Lyceumtof
Natural Hi'story, in .New York, Mr. R.A-
riNasqg. read some observations on the'
Botany of the Soutii West shores of Long
Island, in Wviich lie .ailrins, that he col-
lected the e, 'in August last, about 120
species of plants, among which several,
ouch as the Baicc/iris "halimifoliat, Anmmii
cafi/ilaceurn,. 'Cenchrus t-ributoides, &c.
were not known to grow go far north, and
36 are new spics,. omitted in Pursh's
Flora of North America. lie has besides
discovered si-veral new gentera of sea-
grapes, which he calls Difi/occa, Belotro-
nlis, Critesia, kc He hae also observed
many new objects oh o0bology, particular-
ly a new genus c Fish, which he calls
J/isanus ai.c', eer.s and six new species
which he naties Raja' /bitba, A'. /otiulinlas
R. "p ,ttulata, ?. 6da/n/x, AnguiIa ble-
ivrira, Cluzqea neglecta. *
IHe afterwards read the preamble of
his Flora of I&uisia'na, a new work which
he is going. a:on, So publish.- It includes
more thant.. 400 species, of which 196 are
new species.! ad as many as 35 genera
are introduced, for th.de first time, in the
"icora of the United States, of .which 30
arenew species. Among the new spe-
cies, there are not less than 15 new trees,
18 new shrilbs, 46 useful economical
:dants, and more than 30 highlyornamen-
al for gardens. This work'wvill afford a
valuablee addition to the knowledge of A-
mnerican plans, andI Botany in general,.


Gentlemen-The reply of A Columbian
to my note of the 3d inst. did not pass me
unobserved, nor was it my intention to
suffer his lame and contradictory expla-
nation to cover his retreat..; but the pres-
sure of other duties did not allow me to
notice him as promptly as I intended, or
even at this time, had not the following
article from a Richmond paper fallen into
my hands, which, as it embraces all I
had intended to say on the subject, suits
my purpose, and I will thank you to
give it a place in the Intelligencer.

Some weeks ago an essay appeared in the
National Intelligencer, under the signature of
". Cohunbian," affirming that the bravest,
thle finest, the most resolute, and the most vir-
tuotis, are fi3 ing from a!l quarters to join Mc-
Gregwo's standard;" that the writer had the
most pleasing intelligence," viz. that General
McGregor has man army of 1500, and 2000 more
ready to join him"-alul of tiem iewats ofsteel-
in bodies of liveoak."
Another writer in the same paper of the 3d
inst. comes forward to "demand of A Colurnm-
bian'his authority for 'statements which evemss
have proved totally unfounded, and which were
calculated to impose upon the public in a matter
interesting to private feelings, and important to
the public.".
"A Columbian," .thus rptighly challenged,
comes out with' the following explanation:
Faur hundred, who were expected in the,
Morgiana, and many others, were directed to
the South, being'found unnecessary at Amelia,
where thle vanguard were deemed more than
suffticentto repel any attacks that the Dons, or
rather the Undones, were expected to make ;.
and which subsequent events completely veri-
fied. The remainder, therefore, of the hearts
of steel, in bodies of live oak, have gone South,
where they, will be hereafter heard of, in the
bulletins.of. the successes of the Pal-tots ; andt
the apparent want of uanirnity and concert in.
Amelia Island, it will soon be seen, was only a
rulse de gSuebirei .
Oh auidacious assertion Oh "lame anti im-
potent conclusion i" Never have I seen such a
"' t ,Il .ft blunders" condensed into the same
compass-nor an author more directly at war
,I -W, o" at t- "! ..
The writ.er,.by '*aI ..t .. ..I."r whoyMc.
Gregur had not .0.. men, atiirmns that 400 of
thelm, expected.ill the Miorgiana, andnanty oth-
ers, were directed to tile South. Bkut this
,5. %. ... ... -i' lir, .a l f.,r he evades
1i-IF.Li It r 'I I1, *.i, %.i. as not, wkgy
"i' i, ,* not 1500 len, but what.had bv-.
c..-. .. The writer comes out at first
with a bold assertion, that he really had 1500
men with him ; but how' does he vinidieate
hillielt't or tllts assertion, by explaining how it
comes to pass that these men nl-ver were with
lim, for that they have been se.t elsewhere,
viz to South Anmerica ? The explanation might
have served fur the "2000 more" who were
S ready tu join him,' butnot the 1500 who were
actually with him.
Again he is at war with the truth. So foar
from having 1500 troops at any one time, Mc-
Gregor never had with him as many as 100.
Again 'so far from expectilig 2000 Imen, he:
had n.ver lpromniss. hathat e tha an ; eighth or
a eullth of that luinumber would join him.
But strange is the re son that he gives for
the diver.diion oftie force ; viz. thatthey were
S '.... ., .. ....] at Amelia, where the va'n
'0 r-i Iu' I. .c1.- I..1- more than sufficient to re-
..,' attacks that the Dons,^or rather tlhe
taust,eS, were exlieSted to make ; and which
subsequent events complete v verified." U'n-
nece8sarg at Atelial !Repel the attacks cf 'the
_J ... r .Ar- a .:1r1.,, .... :. t i.l-. .- .

lie to stand on the defensive only ? Or was lie
not raIther to act boldly on the, ofi'ensive ?' To
attack Augustine ? conquer the Floridas ? and
there to organize his troops, and pass them over
to. Venezdela ? His acts, lhis words, puhics
anll private ; all the letters and declarations or
his ollicers, prove this to have been hispur-
pase; and why did lie fail in this ? Because he
had too mnsi troops ? Oh l0 no but because he
had tso few. Instead of sending the troops "e.-
pected by the Morgiana," to South America, no
pains ought to have been spared to send them
to Amelia. Nay iv why was the expedition bro-
kenI up ? Because these very troops that were
expecte'l by the Morgiana, did not arrive at thie
Island. It.was for that reason the principal ol-
iicers of.McGregor threw up their coininis-
sions, and he himself retired from the expedi-
As to the four hundred and many others"
who were directed to the south i fear that
uIey are like FaHlstaff's men of buckranm-not
"i; easse; not that no men have repaired to S.
Anmerica, 01or that none wilt repair thither, bil
that thuse destined for the Morgiana, have gone
thither; for, in sober truth, I suspect that very
few troops were ever intended to go by her
-ller object being rather booty than conquest.
The walt ofunanininy and concert in Amei-
lia Island" is, according to .4 Columbian,"
only aparent-eit will soon be seen it Was only a
irse degu-dee In.':eed! then Ihy did C sey quit tiem. Was that but a r1e deguel'rre ?
Why have the other officers left them ? WVas
that too but a ruse de "guer, e ? Never was
there a public .ilon more fought with blunders..
1 all t die friend of dtle Patriot cause-as ar-
dent perhaps as A Columbiani"-but decep-
tion only hurts the cause of trith.
Although our district of country has
not yet experienced the vivifying influ-
ence produced elsewhere by the immedi-
ate presence of the Chief Magistrate of
the United States, we have-a satisfactory
assurance that it has not been overlooked
in those plans of national defence which
his enterprise and enlightened forecast
have marked out, for the future security
and embellishment of the Republic.
We learn, from good authority, that
the President of the United States has
appointed the following active and expe-
rienced officersof the Corpsof Engineers
and navy, to examine the defensible points
at the entrance of the Chesa/eake Bay,
Hampton Roads, &c.
BR1G. GEN. IERNARD, Corps of Engi-
COL. McRAE, f ueers.
CAPT. J. D. ELLIOT, U. S Navy.
These gentlemen, we understand, will
arrive here about the 10th inst. and pro-
ceed immediately .on the execution of
the duties assigned to them,

an apprehension that it might be comuni-
cated to the Garrison from the Barbary
shores. It is a mere measure of precau.
tion, totally free from all unfriendly spi-

LATh:T. .ITO3,!.U F IOP.i.'

By the ship Margaret, Capt; Kelley,
in 40 days from Loidoi,, papers to the
28th of August have been received, and
although we have made- exertions to ob-
tain a sight of them, have not as yet been
successful. They contain, as we are in-
formed, no information of importance.
Flour from 75 to 80s.persack of 2 1-2cwt.


Letters were received this morning
from Gibraltar, dated the 24th of July.
The Spanish commandant had sent cill-
cial notices into the fort that all. inter-
codise with Gibraltar was.for the present
prohibited by land and. sea, as their efi'ect
of the plague now raging at Algiers and
on the African coast. is greatly dreadei.
It.is supposed there are at least 30)
sail of merchant vessels'on the east
coast which cannot get into port, in con-
sequence, of the prevalence of westerly
winds for the last two months : a great
proportion are reported to be laden with
Letters received from Naples of the
291h July state the arrival that day of
His B. M.-ship Albion, Admiral Pen-
rose, from Palermo; and on the 281h of
the American squadron, consisting of the
Washington 74, Com. Chauticey, the
frigate United States, two corvettes and a
The. Dukeof Wellington is expected
at Paris on the 18th. Sanguine -hopes
were entertained at Paris, that the he-
gociations now on foot would result in
the further reduction of the army of oc-
At the Colchester wool fair, a report
had been made by: the chairman, which.
stated,that very pressing orders lorwool-
len and worsted manufactures had been
received from Russia and iMany parts of
the continent, and-business-had -again re-
vived extensively for America.
Yesterday the first stone of'a naval
pillar to comemicnorate the victories of
the imniortal Nelson, was laid' on Yar-
mouth Denrs.
Yesterday afternoon a seaman of the
name of Benju .went off tothe ship Mia-
ry Ann, bound to New'York, with about
250 passengers, and took into his ,boat
about 20 passengers, whom he landed at
Yarmouth, where they remained some
time, and then returned into the boat, to
proceed on board their ship,; but,owing
to a strong wind and tide, the boat Was
forced under the bows of the ship and
upset, whereby 17 persons, including, the
boatman, were unfortunately drowned.
Some of the passengers are, in conse-
quence of this accident, about to relin-
quish the voyage. I
Royal Exchange, .London, 4WVednesday
LEvening,, August 20.
The reports of a confpress at Carlsbad
-anrGrmoiOers 1ou-iea ir.i mTsufider-
standings between Great Br1itain, Russia,
and Spain, are no longer listened .to with
attention. The contradictions given to
them by government, through the medi-
umn of the ministerial papers, and the
friends ofgoverament, have succeeded il
putting them altogether at rest ;but, not-
withstanding the pledges of the govern-
mlient on ithe occasion, tile funds fail to
rLgain the conflucnce they lately possess-
ed prior to the rumors in question being
in circulation. The account day for Au.
gust (the 27th instant,) fast approach-
es, which is considered to make against
3 per cent. consols left off to day at 79
1-S -or acct. and for money at about the
same price.
Extract ofa letter from an English
genciiean in Paris :-" A short time
oack the Allied Ministers here were
called together to consider another ap-
plicaotin iroum the French government
bor a further reduction 9..the army of oc-
cupation. The representation was so
strong as to cause a diference of opinion
atong the iiisters present. The Duke
of Wcilington did not attend ; but, after
the meeting termniaied, he was consult-
ed as to the propriety of acceding to the
I equeat. The answer of his Grace was,
I am assured, in substance, this l-That
le would ntt be responsible for the with-
drawing any of tae troops then in France;
but that if a reduction was intended, it
would be better to withdraw the whole at
once, than to leave a force which would
cease to be inmpusing if further diminish-
ed. This answer was considered de-
c-sive, and tile application of the French.
Government was for the present refus-
That the plague has broken out at Al-
giers and other parts of the coast of Afri-
ca is certain, itr. M-Donnell, the Bri-
lish Consul, who communicates this a-
larming news, adds, that the disease was
introduced to Algiers by a caravan oi
.voors returning frtom Mecca, wIho after-
varids proceeded over land to Morocco.
The superstitious spirit and habits of the
natives not allowing them to take any
precautions to avoid contagion, the pes-
tilence maybe expected to spread as usual,
and to cease only when it has no more
victims to devour. No symptom of it
has appeared at Gibraltar, and, therefore,
the Spaniards, in cutting off' all corres-
pondence between the main land and the
fortress, have been influenced solely by

fit of feeling ; it is a 'measure also, ner-
a.s, ...;;;'. f3'2n .m-taeou 1, ~ne Gar-ison
than to the Government that imposed it,
as froum the inefficiency and inmperfeciion
of the quarantine system on the coast of
Spain, Gibraltar has more reason to
dread.the comnimunication of the plague
from its neighbours, than the feat of con-
tamination from the Garrison.
The perpetual motion, so long sought
for in vain, appears capable of being ef-
fected through the medium of Galvanism.
A Fretich Physician has in his cabinet
two galvanic piles, sixteen inches high,
vhich ahltcrately attract a pretty heavy
beam. The continued oscillation of the
beam gives motion to a pendulum which
has never stopped f,.'i the last three
years. 'he phly:micianr is now endeavor
ing to give this movement an isochron
is.n which may reiide;r it more useful -
i ii, H USS't.LS, AUG. 8
In one of our Jo'irnals was read the
-foUtliwm1n article :-" The Correctional
Tribuual of Gh.nfm will have to try, on
the 3oth of this nonth, an action for
calumny, brought against the Editor of
*the Joui'al of Eist and West Flanders,
oil account of anl article inserted in that
paper on the 14th 'of June, last, conceived,
in tIlese terms --
;' it is a;.irmnd that Mir. Dubus is ad-
miaiistering thie Colony Martinique, (of
which he is intendant,) veiy well in
favor of a foreign government.
I' Lord Wellington has desired to see
hiai r-tained. No more is wanting to
perpetuate him in his honorable func
:His Grace will be plaintiff, and two
very distinguished Cc-unsellors of Brus-
sels will plead, one for the Noble Lord,
ilue other for the Editor; they are
Messrs. Tarte, sen. and Touhaud.
V1ElINA, AUG. 9.
News from the Levant has caused here
the greatest sensation. News of the vio
lent death of the famous partizan Czerny
Georges, fornerty chiet of the Servian in.
uirrection against the Ottoman Porte.
This extraor(iiiary i'an was a native oi
Albania, had served in the Austrian army
asa saubaltern by his family naine ofPetro
vitch. H's personal bravery had raised
him ;to bea clief of a w'.rlike nation. He
left his scat at Kaisnow a small town in
BEcssarabiato go to Belgrade for the fin-al
arrangenment of the frontiers of his do-
minions. The commiand.lnt of this ci(y.
who had spies upon all his actions, caus-
cd him to be arrested and tried. He was
,found guilty of treason to the Turkish
government. decapitated, and his head
sent to Constantinople, wi. h those of two
of Iis principal adherents. \Ve are in-
formed that sltog eirmentationt exists in
Servia the tragical death of Georges
cannot-but augment it. ,.
An English merchilnt vessel just arrim
ved here has been placed .under tie toust
rigid ;,dtrantte. ,She canec from 'TuIis
and Alexaidria. I he cre'v adid aill 'tie
passengers perished with tie plague in
her voyage front un;s to Aluxanumria.
The pilot alone escaped, although he had
a severe attack himself. T'ie British
coi'sul procured a pilot and six English
sailors to take ihmarge of her.
The Anicrican squadron under Corn.
Chauncey just quitted .our shores, after
having male considerable purchases of
articles ohi uxui'y. The Americans have
aiIiost cmitied our mniagazmes of alabas-
ter and marble, us weil as our shops oh
perifumiery and fashions.

THEr PATRIOTS LIBELLED. rTOM t 'SATr4. TAL AvoDVOCAT. CITY ORDINANCE. The Annual meeting of the Wasinlton .
-- I consider the following lines as a --- p!han .siylum societyy .will be held at Dr. Lab,
CIARLESTON, OCT. 2. literary curiosity, written by bishop AN ACT to prevent Dogsfro g E argein re's Church on Tuesdayy morning at elvca
Dcn.1lntoniajrcotte Vllologas, Consul BERK.L.Y nearly one hundred ago, and, certain cases. o'clock, when an Electfdn of Officers will take
of His Majesty the King of Spain, has with a pophetic.spirit, not a little re- Be tit enacted by the oard of .qlderme;r and lace for the ensuing year The Ladies of t.i.
filed a Libel in the Admiralty Court of markable. They are entrtled: rdof Co m -mnon Council oJ" tihe itC it y fa .,.
iaainsth cr.Camlla and m pi. y r t igton, 'I'at whenever it Lshall be n-ad appear -ity, and othersiiterested in thie Instlutitni;
Georgia, against the schr Camilla and p., t p,t a lear in to the full satisfaction of theMayor, that any respectfully requested to attend.
her cargo, now at Savannah, as Spanish .I ./o,,. Dog or Dogs, within the city, shall have been By order of the Board,
property, forcibly and piraticaly taken The muse, disgusted at an age and clime bitten by a dog, which shall be generally deem- S' W. SLATON, Sec'v "
on the high seas, by persons having no Barren of every glorious theme, ediand considered to be ioad, it shall be the du-
authority to make prizes of war, or cap- In distant lands, now wais a better time, ty of the said Mayor, aUnd he is hereby aurlor- he Stbcribhers to the Asvlum who have not
ore the pnropertyv of Snanish subjects ; Producing subjects worthy fame. ized anid required to issue his procamation, h, is etofhh reansn
duec he p"-opery o -p as e rtjeci requiring that all-animals of the dog kindrd ti debt ofhonr, ae earnest I
and that no sentence -or decree of con In h:ippy climes, where; front the genial sun shall be kept confined, and not suffleid to run sobcited to delay no longer, as the presentt i e..
dlemnation hath ever been pronounced And virgin earth, such scees, ensue, at large, unaccomipauied. ly its .owner, wihhin .critary is anxious to conclude tIhe coli cioius
against the said vessel. ood, wars and T force of art by at ees outdone, tis city, such number of days as he shall or 816 bee the aual meetig- t
merchandize, or any part of them." mdc au deeexpedientand proper t s'.ae in tdie said i2t, 1817.
A libel has also been filed in the same Yon happy climes, the stat of innocence, proctlaimnation, not exceeding ninety uays, and c
court, by J. H. Elto',, commander of the B Whterie antat' guides, aid virtue rtles, shall be hil for the cily c tabis, or oer B gains at Aucti .
U.S.btri Stranac, fin and in behalf of VhCre tal slml not ,,, ,, Udp'.,. d peso, I oyand bury, ll ad evry ucy .t, tie lhit. t 'l
sensef, ,nd. .I.. -. i.,., .llg at large, commtraryv o epo siotm
hinlslf his olil icers and civw, and of the Tihe pd ltry courts 'cithoo .. s .. C tile Ro im, hiest t a
(J. S. against.the schr. Iris, and hemy car- .."e ,, nolerat. theat
go. nov lying in thp river of St. army's. Thee shall be sung anth gbld'en age, constables to enforce tie eecutlion of the sad .owln my possession, to lose sundry cornn,
o .ov lyn th rie of t. rys. The rise ot' empires ansid of arts, pr)oclanatiolau in such n.alier a ic sI olrdr'd' -'lc nii
The Iris was fitted out at New-Orleans, Theagoot aidgreat, iispiriig epic-rage,- and direct.. Hos a or hold and kitchen furniture
and sailed from there for Amelia Island, The wisest heads aud u.....-. t.... Sec. J. And b it further enacted, That the T'Lurblers, wine and liquor glasses
about the 22d Aug. with a cargo of pro- constables are herebv allowedd the stut of oc Ne w fashioned castors
vsions and gurnpowdedi', ias armed with Not such as Europe breeds hei decay; IolY, in lieu f .thie compensaloIn heretofoibre China and Queens ware
:wo carriage guns, and several of the S heav'nlyt fae didanimat el sia rc y anial of the dog kind, -tha t i l and prins
same description were found concealed in .,y future poets .hall be sung e proof bg made to the Singe ad double barrelled guns
her hold. ;:he ia-i detained by the Sara- Westwad the corse of empire taes its'way; tn fthe Rgter, to be paid out of the gen- ( .ad ilver .ashes
nac on suspicion that she was to be ei. Tihe four first acts already past, elalfud.' A qcaity of Span.sn obacco
pioyei in c'ruizihg mr committing has A'"lifth shall close the idrma with the day; S. BU'RCIH, Several sets of silk Fringes, with the neces-
tiilies against the subjects or the proper- Time's noblest oflhprinmgis the list. P. esident of the Board of Common Council. sary eds and tassels, &c. o
I ) "I'TPPAN WVlEBSTER, "After which, at 2 o'clock p. m.
ty of the subjects rt his majesty the kng President oft oard of Alr'e The whole of quare No. 133
of Spain, or against the subjects, citizens, Some Account of the Ancient literary con- October 9-Appnroed, oa der Lotin sq17t) ar thewr o
or property ol some other prince, state test between Is aac z-. -. .. i, Esq., IEJ. G OR, Mayor. 21ots i. 5 70
colony, district or people, with whfim and .John.Partridge, E.sq.i t celebrated L 3as No 7T 8 an 9 sq .424
the United States are at peace, conttrm'y Astrologers aind .lmanack wrLTras. PROCLAMATION BY THE MAYOR. 10 537
to an act of Congress, entitled "an act Mr. Bickerstaff, to injuie hias'ival, in Rmry lots in 23 '
more effectually to preserve thie neutral' his Almanac for 1708, said : Whereas it has been made appear to Terms made known at the t:me of sale..
relations of-the United States, passed 3d My first prediction is but a trfle, but my satisfaction, that several Dogs have P. MAUH.o, u. .
March, 1817." I will mention it ; it relates to P'rtridge. been bitten by one,,generally' believed to on' 9-73t
+ + [ 00 ... .. ...r]as tu 1 oi tn coo


It is mentioned in a Madrid article of
the 20th July that the new system of tax-
atiou introduced by M. Garay, is highly
approved of by the generality of the .peo-
pie of that kingdom, and that without
nearing Oi .the nation, or increasinL- tihe
expehise:of'colection, it at I. ti flOiii.l-le
the revenues of the state. The peculiar
features of this system of finance, which
certainly must be possessed of unprece
dented merit to perform so much and
still exempt the people of :Spain from a
great portion of those burthens of taxa-
tion under which they have h-eretofore
groaned, we are unable to discover, as we
have never seen their precise delinea-
tions.--ialt. P.'t.

The patrons of the Echo will learn
with satisfaction, that viMr. Buld-win, the
Principle Enginetcr to the LBo.r..i of Pub.
lic W' works, .rr'ived in Charlestown, oil utie
Great Kawtaw'ha, on the 2d1 ult. hivin'g
made an accurate survey of .the Jauiues
.River, ruiom Beale's B:idlge, near Pattons
burg to ihc m,.Li.ti of Dutilop's Creek,
aknd of tie road from thence to the Great
Fails otKan,awha. He hus found it prac-
ticable to make an exceent road oil this
route wivich w'lhi probably be cOnstructea
at iess expense thiani any other turpike,L
from the great quantity of inaterials o0
all kinds wilix which the country abound.,.
Aiter taking the altitude of the lalias of
Kanawha, iic has made a survey of that
beautiful anid iitercsting rivers far as
Chiarlestown, noting the numerous Salt
Works o0n its margin, now in inil op,-ra-
lion, aud making at prescut at the rate of
.moie than hhli a miilioin of bushels per
annum ;' at:.he same time measuring ithe
road on the side of the river with great










PARis, AUG. 20. cUre amnd attention. He and his party P
A convention consisting of M1.' le count proceeded down the river in twVo bouts toL
Cappo D'lstria, M. Lamb, .s1. le count Point Plesin, anid will probably 'ter-
D Caramian,, the' prince of Metternich. minute thellr laborious uliticir'tking at
and the Prince of Hardenburgh, will soon that- place, at which the Kaiawila atid
take place at Carlsbad. It is believed that' Ohio loirm a junclton '
.these diplomatic personages will occupy The boaicl of Public Works have
themselves with the Spamnish colonies and been very fortuniate in obtaiiinug thl oer
with the discussions between Spain and vices ofi this able a-nd accomplished En-
Portugal. All the powers appear anima- gL;.er.
ted with the desire of maintaining a ge- '
neral peace. n TOSTON, OCTr. 4,
The English are constructing a basin The Baron QuNsi' 'i. tie Rochemont,
at Malta to contain a vessel of the first is now on a visit to this town. le was
class. a ...moig tne moit eminent and .conoistenit
The king of Prussia travelling under oi tihe Frienih Revolutionists. A Mcmber
the name of the Count D'Ruppin,.arn ived of the INatliual Conivcntion, in 1793, iac
at Ligny on the, 12th of August, in the was sent to arrest Gen. Dumiourier tbutl
ev-ening. On the 13th there was a grand was deliverca ap by itim to the Aussriaini;
military review between St. Aubin and aiid ex.chaniged oir ti,- daughtIier of Louis
.Ligrny. The Prussian army defiled be- 16th, now Duchess d'Angouicmc. He
fore his majesty, who was accompanied v,:as chosen Minister of tihe Inteior, and
by a numerous and brilliant etat-major. Adnministrator-Geniralof thcCorniuunes;
Tit thie evening the king being at the ttLi- and, alter the l th -Brumaire, w ias madc,
atre, the Duke of Wellington, who had by Buonaparte, Prefect of the i0mnne ; (mi
just arrived at Ligny, also went to the which olhce lie continued 12 years) iwav
theatre. His majesty received his ho- created a Counsellor ol State, and Baron
images, and placed himself near.him..- -of the Empire. Alter the restoration of
The actors came from Sedan expressly Napoleon, he wa made a Peer of iFrauce,
to play there. Among the couplets they .and on the abdication of Buonaparte he
sa:g, we distinguish this sentiment- was a Member of the Provisional Governi
"When kings arevisitors the people give mIent oifFiance. After the permanent
them the right .hand of fellowship." restoration of Louis, he was included iui
They write from StocKholm that an ex- the law of tile two Chambers, which cuin
traordinary diet will be convoked in Nor- demned to banishment those vwho voted
way, in the course of September. The in favor of the death of Louis IGth.
Prince Rtyal will instal his son Prince [Centinel.
Oscar Viceroy of Norway.
Doctor liugellen and Professor Irha
having been condemned by the Superior W Fyelte Cowutty, 'enn. Sept. 1817.
Court of Sweden in the loss of their pro- With sorrowful feelings for the irreparable
erty and lives for having drank tie' loss of our fellow' creatures' hives and prope: -
phealth of y and lives for having drank thee ty, we lay before the public the dreadtui cala.
health of Gustavus V. king o Sweden, ity which occurred about half past eleven
the king has commuted the punishment o'clock on the night oi the 18th August last.
of Irha to 6 months imprisonment, the A tremendous fire broke out in the kitchen of
other to perpetual imprisonment. tie Rev. VWim. Jackson, which made such pro-
A ship of the line called the Denmark gress, previous to amny discovery, that Mr.
was launcof hed at openhagen onalled the Dear ackson's very large building, with several o-
thers and their contents, were unfortunately
July. A 44 is to be launched on the burnt to ashes, and ie in his endeavors to save
day'of the celebration of the feast of re- his family, fell the first victim to the devouring
formation. element, anid his only daughter shortly after
The burning of the Theatre at Berlin met the like melancholy atte-the wife and
was not the effect of accident. Ten in- sn of Janmes Aleandef brother tosame building, weJack-
son, all iihabitants of the same building, were
d viduals have been arrested. The actor the last unfortunate objects who were thus pre-
Carlsberg perished in the flames. maturely removed from timc into eternity,

lhe Alnmnauck maker ; I have co"sultd
the stai'sof his nativity by my owmI rules,
mid find he will infalhibl) die upon the
29th of MVarcli next, about 11 at night,
at a raging fever, therefore 1 advise him
o consider of it, and to settle Iis affairs
n time." 'n
This wicked prediction brought Mr.
Partridgeinto a a ui Id of t ouutk, of which
1e published, '" a true and .impartial ac-
count," after the day appointed for his
death had passed ; the following are ex-
racts from that account :-
"The 29thof March, Anno Dom. 1708,
eiing the night this Sham Prophet
mad so impudently fix'd.for my last
which made little impression 3n myself-
but I cannot answer for my w0oie family;
or my wife, with a concern more than-
osual, prevailed on me to take somewhat
o sweat or a cold; and between the
hours of eight und nine to go to bed) the
naid, as she was warming my bed, with
a curiosity natural to young wenches,
uns to the window, and asks of one pas-
ing the street, who the bell toli'dfoir? Dr.
'artridge, says he, that famous Almanack
naker, who died suddenly this evening.
ihe poor girl provoked, told him he ly'd
ike a rascal ; the otier very sedately re-
ilied, the Sexton had so informed hinm, and
f fitlse he was to blame for niposing up
in a stranger.
I cuuid not stir out ol doors for the
space of three months aftetiuhis, but pres-
cutly one comes up to meiantihe st .1- L;
Mir. Partridge, thal cofhn you was lately
buried in I have not yet been paid
or-- Doctor, cries another dog, how
d'ye think people can live by makingg o0
gravel for nothing ? Next time you d:e,
you may even toll out the bell yourself,f'or
Ned.-A third rogue tips me by the cl-
mow aid wonders how I have the con
scicrce to sneak abroad .without paying
my funeral expences.-Lord, says one,
I durst have sworn that was honest Dr.
Partridge, my old friend,but poor man,
hie is gone. I beg your pa.;dotu, says a-
nother, you look so like mny old acquain-
tance that I used to consult on muneptim
vate occasions ; but, alack he's -one the
way of all ilesh.-Look, look, kok cries
a thiird, after a competent spacl of star-
ing at min, would not one.think ar neigh-
bour' the Almanack maker wai crept out
of his grave to take t'other pdep at the
atars in this world, and show Aow much
he is itnprov'd in fortune telling by hav-1
inig taken a journey to-the other ?
Nay, the very reader of on' parish, a
go.-d sub:r, discreet person, has sent two
or three times for mie to tome arid 'be
buried decently, or send hin sufficient
reasons to the contrary, or i; 1 have been
inl cr ed in -ny other parish, to produce
my certificate, as the act requires. My
poor wife is almost run dis'.acted with
teing called widow Partridge, when she
knows it's 'false, and once a term she is
cited into court, to take out letters df ad-
ministration, But the greatest grievance
is, a paltry-quack, that takes up my cal-
!hng just under my nose, and in his print-
ed directions with N. B. says ht lives
in the house of the late.ingeniobs Mr.
John Partridge, an eminent practitioner
min later, physic, and astrology.":

be madn ; and whereas mthe health and
safety-of the good people of this'city may
be thereby endangered, These are there
fore, in pursuance of authority vested in
me by an act f Council of the ninth in-
stant, to require that ali animals of the
Dog kind shall be confined, aud not suf-
fetred to run at large, unaccompanied by
their owners Avithia the aforesaid city,for
the pace of forty-five days, and to enjoin
upon the city consta bk and authorize
other persons, to till, dc-troy, and bury,
all and every dog, going at large, contra-
ry to the provisions of this proclamation,
for the full space and term aforesaid..
In testimony whereof, I have here,
unto set my hand, at lthe
3layor's Office, in the city of
Washingtoo, this eleventh
day of October, one thousand
eight hundred and seventeen.

1. H. Fitzhugh
H AS just opened a case of :'ich POPLIENS,
'together with a general assortment of
FALL GOODS, which he offers for sale at very
reduced prices.
oct 1l-7t '

MrHE three story brick dwelling house aP
Present occupied by P. D. DStele, fronting
the theatre, ori.Pennsylvanis avenue, between
10 and 11 street. Possession will be given
the 1st of' December. Inquire of Mr. Gideo&n
JDavis.or -toa .te.- r h.- ..
A :hv C ,..ss house.
oct 11-dtf

1 0ii rALE,
'I OUtRI YOU.G- NEG(;Ko WOMEN, go ..
t'ouse scrv.,nis. The oldest 19, ,heyung-
vs. 14. Two of them 'have cinldren, boit bi y.
o~e onue 12 nonlhs old, 'he oiler .11m in)ant--
Tiese wvomr" will be disposed to none but ap
proved purchasers, and to none who will m'
give security iliat they shall not be said out
.' the Disuict ci Columbia or the state ot Ma.
ryiland. Inquire of -
O Georg-etawni, First street.
oct ll-eo9t

Land for Sale.
Y authurity of an ac. of thil Legislature of
Maryhnd, p ssed Nov. session, 1816, the
uidersigned,will sell at public sale, on Wed-
,iesday the 5th day of Nov. next, the real es-
mate of the late Thos. C. Bowie, dec'd. consist
irg of 2 trmcts of land called Eppingtoa and
Bealls's Lot, containing 3961 aores, situate in
Prince Georges' County, and adjoining. the
town of Queen Anne, on the Pa uxent This
land is solid for the benefit ot the minor chil
drenof the deceased. It is equal in soil and
fertility to any in the county, and is Well sup-
plied with every necessary building for farm-
ing. Terras maide known on the day of sale.
Rou',ltr 1owtl,
oct 11-2awts

John Kennedy & Co.
B EG leave to inform the public in general,
sond their friends in particular, that they
I ,; now opening at their store on F street, op-
posite the Bank of the Metropolis, a gemierai as
sour meant of

Which they hope will be found equal to any
in the District, in quality and prices ; and ha-
" ving made arrangements with some of the first

Smitlers in Washingwon County, hd and Berke-
ly County, Va expect to keep a constant sup-
Aewsiapler Wlit.- .-The Morning phroni- ply of the best
cle, in allusionto the- severe hurl which FAMILY FLOUR.
Lord Castlereagh has recently received They have also for sale-
in the hand from the bite of a dog, ob- 12 boxes sheet tin, 1.3 X
serves," the present is not the first time 1 case merino clams, fashionable colors
that Lord Castlereagh has been attacked 1 dn levlintmt:s and florences
by canine (Canning) ferocity" : To this 1 do satin, luiestring and love ribbons &
the Courier replies, that no doubt the chenille
above joleis levelled at Mrn..-roughIam's 1 do beaver hats and feathers
above joake is levelled at Mr riongam i d,: varnished boot tops
speech at the close of the session, and I o oi!cloh hat covers
adds, that in both cases "the NobleLord's 1 box jewellery, fancy reticules, clasp.,
assailants have made a bad hand of'it." c. &c,,
.Lend. plap. With a variety 'if other French goods, which
.a will be sold oa liberal terms.
oct ll--diw
I' notice is hereby given,
rg HAT at the expiration of one month from MISSING, *
-A the date thereof, I shall maksc application ROM this office, volume of the National
to the Secretary for the.Departmentof War, for IRM ethis offic olu The of the National
the renewal ofta Military Land Warrant, No. F- Intelligencer oi 181e us bgetlenian who
135, dated 14th August, 1815 tthe same having has borrowed it will ochge us by returning it,
be lost or destroyed, 1815;and certainly will do so on senemg this notice,
ee DANIEL DORAN. as it never was lent but on the most positive
Late a private of the U. hi. Corps of Artillery. promise to return it inmed:aeely.
oct 11-w4W sep 27-

Fur SaIe,
A FARM containing 162 acres of excellent
land, a considerable part of' which is ch( ice
suttom, 80acres under good improvement, the
remainder covered with a heavy growi h itf the
first rate timber. Said farm lies. on the, Paint
branch, above Bladensburg, near Vantville.-
Toi in. of pay meant one third on the sale, the ri-
mai-dcr in two equal annual paymenia. IL'
not sold at private sale it will be exposed to
sale at public vendue on the second Saturday
of October next, at 11 o'clock a. mn. on the
premises- For further particulars inqtuire cf
Thomas Benson, oa the premises, or Johti. RIen-
son, near ihe mouth of the Monocacy, Incigo.
rnery coumy.
jiite 9-ts
Public 'Sale.
ON Saturday, the 13th day of September
next, at 4 o'clock p. m. at Davia'o hotel,
will be sold at publte auction part of lot No.
3 in square No. 292, fronting 4/ feet 2 2-j
inches on Pennsylvniia avenue, with a2 story
brick building there'.n, subject to an annual
ground rent of' 56 941.
Also, part ot lot No. 13 in square No.. 119,
with a two story brick building thereon--oi '
credit of 3 and 9 months, the purchaser g iving
bonds with approved endorsers-and, on ide
payment of the purchase money the subscriber
will convey al the right, title arid interest o'
Charles Va:den in and to the premises, afore-
CH. GLOVER, Trustee.
rfg 26-dts
The above sale is postponed until
' Satur fay the ith October ntxt.
Sep "13-i1

Books at Auction.
ON Saturday evening, the 111t. inst. at ear.
ly candil light, at Ba-e.' Auction' tRont
a variety of Books, in the different. branches of
hiisel'a; n': .
c",t 10- DAVID BATFES, Aunt.
",-7ILL be received until Saturday evening,
W the 1 th inst. for building' a continuation
.f. t, '.:., the east side of 1lth street, fi'oni
saown or explained by aty of the Comminission-
ers. The proposals to include the digging of
the foundaLion, and to be calculated by the run-
' ing perch.
JOHN SESSFORD, Com. 2d Ward.
11EN1Y SMITri, 5 Assistants.
oct 8-3t

University of the State of Now-
T HE Lectures on the several branches 6f
Medical Science, delivered in the college
of Physicians and Surgeons in the city of New
York, will commence on the first Monday ity
November next, at the College in Barclay
Street.. '
Dr. Hosack, on the theory and practice of
Physic, and on Midwifery, and the utiseases *f
women and children.
Dr. Post on Anatomy, Physiology and Su;-
Dr. McNeven on Chemistry and Materia Mc-
Dr. Mitchill on Natural History, including
Zoology, Mineralogy and Botany.
Dr Hnammersley on the Clinical Practice of
De Mott on the Principles and Practice of
Dr Francis on the institutes of Mcdicine ::dl
Medical Jurisprudence.
By order.
c0lFor the information of theTriends of this
University, who reside in distant parts of the
union, it ms) here be.stated, that, by the aid
of the public spirited legislature of New Yo.il.,
and the honorable the regents of the Univer..-
'.y, the college edifice, since the last sess-o';,
hias been augmented to double its former siz.
Now York, p. 1-9-eotA
Military and General Agency, at
the City of Waslington.
M ILI ALtY iand warrants, patents, and cer.
t:fieate:- for pensions obtained-disbandcil
l fliers & soldiers' accounts adjusted & settled
-moniescollected, &c with every possible d i.-
,atch for a small commission.
Communications (post paid) will commn:nd
tensionon, and information relative to c..:.ns
immediately given.
juwe 18--l&cif
Notice is hereby given,
T HA'i a' toe elp .:..:OL, oi ,.ne :ntih f;' -m
ithe date hereof, I shill make appdi':a..u
*. he Secretary of War for the renewal .
Military L'nd Warrant No. 7, dated the 27' a
3! July, 1815-the same having been lost u.:
Late Fife Mljor ia the 36th regiment -
of infaatry. .
Oct 9-wilni

WGU- J --- u]d 1be in readiness to transport then to would probably arr'e before Amelia at which d been, with great c att 1tc
AMLIA 1 LAND- he ace ne faction. Circumstances how- the same time, and thus make ..combined and interest, 1pepared for and seeoi 11 Jneiaiiat. 1ag
AMLeroccurred to delay the expedition- attack'uoi the works at nandn clover It iS ndspual ascertained -- ..- u
..o a -xIra and lM.Gregor was compelled to post. The general, favored by affair wind,arriv- that. player of Paris acts with great. ra- i w~.v.ti o.-
A rni:AT".' .o T i Tro A- pone his departure for several weeks ed off Amelia baron ilte 28th.of June, pidity and eficacy on these lands ; and ed by T homas L\W, qsq.oeup "i f
ME ISLANDBY 1:rn9O rnolonr. in the eean time, te diflical where becontinued waitini.for the arrival from various instances which I personally by Mr.Dowsoasboadi s do
1-art :the vf,~0 ( o -('flcoIwc -n. ties of collecting and organizing n efli of Col. Posey until the 29th. Impatient 1n1pected, it left no doubt on ry myid sol-a years past by his n ao tt no W oi2,
Part the un- trFrei-a the c a~iorn en cient force within the limits of the tUnit of longer delay, on that day at 3 P. M. ht they were susceptible tUnder aIproper i' i an .nin e- in e moat 61-
f ricedStateswas seen in its lull force and t .-d l the enenis's shore about 4 system: of farming, and a free use of the A; l...il: .ate.houd rs u h ts r
le circumstances a beca me an obc of the utmost impor- : ,l, n,,, ithe town of Fernandina, with plaster, of being made equal to any oth- to any publicin in A.iria-. M
ne cd with the eumstance d ed cut on t e, that some spot should be seized a force 6 5.1. men. officers and privates ; cr lands .in the.state of Virginia : in iersofCOngree with ter feamiles,'r iu.
ected with the expcdite fitted cut n- upn in'the vicinity of the United' States, and afteri.marching three miles up the truth, there are some few farms there at lies coming to tie ci.y, ca blhe aceoim 'Clated
der the a up f the Patrt Gen l ich would serve as a place of rendez- sea beacli unmoleted, crossed a deep this time, which: cannot be greatly excel--:a thie b, stle, a; rv. its. in t owa
MGregor, aaist the province of East vous for all those who were disposed to mo's, in reach of the guns from one led. This peculiar congeniality to the se or a private odate d wish.
and West Florida, ave ben much assist an enslaved people, contending for block-house, and prctented himself upon growth of ggrasses appears to me to offer iost eleainti tyle, with singieroams and seve-
canvassed, but..it. is beieed are li ineir liberties. For this pn-pose, Am!lia an eminence in rear of the town, and the highest reconirnendation. Lat mess'rooms, asmy suit themselves, i.I
understood in the United States. Ca- slan, rom its vicinity to the United within musket shot of the lines which had Plaaster of Paris seems now to be the can be honored wh their custom, it ws such
us, ay,busyuponthnd, as on y o from its defenceless state, been erected for its deferce. Not a gun medium universally depended on to res. pii mao lasted t.sesio cstha .ould ot asee s
occasion,has ndeavored to brad wit presented-itself as the first object of at- had been fired by the enemy during his tore lands, and to carry into operation an av modate, and was oblicdl to trhe toW f ,cN
coinfamy allthose who have any mann" ackbjects Col. Posy was dispatched to the aproac to this position, and his. farther extensive system of agricultural aggran- and gto,,e these onor.able g eir-tlmn and al
contributed towarts tlhe objects ot this South with authority to raise mei .and progress was arrested by the appearance d;zenment Th plaster is to operate oni others:that -wish to be a'commudated in the.
expemuon. c hefohowersofiM'Grigo moneyin thenaine of the general--and of a flagof trtce, which had been sent grasses by producing an increased'gia.lib ...I.; ,.:, will calon Ie. I am not coucern-
ave been denounced indisciinately as .if successful in his endeavors, was to at- out by the conimandant, Morales, to pro- in them ; and consequently, in their re-' ed in stages or steamed boats to icnnenid me;
a band of lawless and desperate adiven- tempt the reduction of Amelia Island, pose terms of capitulation. These were, turn to the soil, they carry with them an .-releit the oprietor o, irs
tur.ers,seeking ithrou-h blood and slaugh- over which he was comunissioned civil soon entered into, anid in 30 minutes after increased quantum of ferlity. WVhere- rup, t e pbo c may cade a ..oice. an.
ter the gratificaien of an itnsatiati avri and military govcanor. he had placed himself before the town, ver these grasses are foind in their natu- stoult 1 be their cho-ce, thby wii seetiestile
rii-,' regardless alike of the claims of hoo before Coloeis Posey parted from the he patriot flag'was seen, waving over a ral. state most abundant, or, 'in other :.id caSei.et whch i wil; .,como:ate wi'h
hia.'y, a:,d th a principles of honor. general he iwas informed by him, that fort which contained 1.0 &r 12 guns, and words, ,whatever lands are by. nature ie ,) :r i., r. i.. -a.Jr rygierts hap-
To support tse gnucrai and up-ifound. e had at his i p i funds to the a- was garrisoned by 54 regular troops, inde- most congeuial to grrss, there lands are P- Th u o .'.. -,, p it, &c.
impu1t ,ios, every ensure adopted by ,noun,,tf sixty thousand dollars, whicli p,.ndi,t of20 or.30 citizens, .who had susceptible of the most rapid i. prove- re'seted he.t T argonveOiet table
the general after' is arrival tpon Amelia should be applied to the purchase of a armed themselves for the defence of the ment. It is not for me here to enter in- occupied.:by.Mr.larncs some years past,
islnd, hasben subijecLted tr the fouls irmrled vessel ofconside'-abce strength, ) place! to a discussion of the much contested together with two other stabltes ni coach
isrepres:ntatins. Lettes have.-found .e procurement ofarms and uni- point among theorists-wwhether or rotl hu,,e attached to the buildings, wi.hap;enti-
their way inrt the public prints, w iiten tis ofwa; that 1 man y inlividuui -of plaster of Paris comrrmupicates an im I y o e e of a n oats, b. se.
.byor ca" d. mwerei~al t, large capital had promised him thiu.ir FACE OF THE COUNTRY. .diate fertility to the soil, or acts only on ted h ii:bst .bf l's --.an e. 'at
frsupprt, by which means he should be .. hevegetation overwhich ewed. from raping, V
e- to events that never happened, antd l to fit ott an ex petition coipeteit rNAX ITELLIGENCEa. .I will.only-observe t the latter is. the ERT BAILY.
s c e n e s w h i A t oa sa b le ito f i ttO tu -a n *1 e x n e d lt lo U.co r11 1 1 1 1. .3 /T ,. ,
scenes which never traspired. Atoe to:the prediction. of' both the Floridas In tavelling from Winchester,. va. to unanimous sentient of.allfiractical men. ".' -
time, al slaves, theproperty of the inha hat as soon as the Colonel could c'l i the particular route which. I It naturally suggested itself toine'-why The ,, .: ,r of the 8Alimore Americai De-
bitants of the Island, ai'e seized and con :fet a ,' .... h .. hod :-c: .,' .my-journey, afforded mte a lands which were capable of such hiiasty Miocratc L'ress and Auiora, kere.i,;. A. her -
fiscated by .the New Republic. Atanao most ... ,..u, opportunity of ob- and high mprovemeIt; ad not iet it. ser ostoPatriotEnirr. Jgh gs-
su" ocien ,t, .wI. -"City Gaetie, -Norfblk lhri-l. m'
their, the sae description of people are. would bc immedtely joined by the gen- servg the .haracterof the soil,the pre- a different treatment-and my suggestion ,-'. .,, I- rd -'-L,.;i f Gaze..- vlii ,i.ert te .
invited S to desert i their astrs in eral himself, with. powerful reinforce ent state of feriity, the courses of bus- was answered by the -reflection that. there i..-" iI .,,. -sionof Congress,and'for.
the United States, ahnde to repair to the 'otbeing aie to rocu'e an iardry, and o maake a comparative est;- arefew real farmers there, and that t- ward t acc ts t m Waslington'ecty.
Patriot standard, where they .will fid i~ei pas-.sage t.SavanrahiI from tih mate oi the-respective values of the dif- cerefaith in the utility of. plaister- has ne-
freedom and protectioh. Now, parties. citiesof -B noreor ^fadelphia,. Col. fervent sections ofcountry through which ver, until lately, existed among. them ;
-are se t ut to l ddr .a i nl .ud harass the:., t i.r.t' u ,/ ici ..
are sent out topitlandb r and hrass the Posey found it n-cessary to proceed as passed. and,-if 1n maybe allowed the exp-esson,
peaceable inhabitants, contrary to the. r. -as Ne.w-Yori in w ic l c he ..After leaving iichester, on he Snick-, they have been perfect hereticsupon this Trunk Lost.
express stipulation of .the capitulaton met with several emen of re ers ferry road, on. the approach of a little subject. L-was-also exceed' i.itly .astpn- ~N SSatn.- rn,n, .I -p-mbr *,th, was
In short, according to these verit.blegn f i,, .g a i' village called Batletown,. my attention-ishod when I was informed that many dr.ppd ocr ;. '- "c.mn c.rr,,; in the
1 ttle he Patiriots at aAmelia i-,era gu il w e p s a t hei te g at ,'ret e a- orsth e. e.u ad0 1 -h '. n
gen... sre......ari an oy....eY'ppearn. 'I. G"-oigsto1 sB 1a whnite r,-r tro abotit 2e Faet
ty oemef, the Patciotsat Ai celir erie guiob-- thatie a il nd other c by the appe-arance of a most .farmhs there could .be purchased-nay, g'G, Ile, DI .te and
ty of every acAmericanst hid engaged u-this. eriter. i:vly Iniestone -: l. theex tberent- fer- that some of. the settlers -wesr desirous, 6 og atain arit e
bears antd treebootcr. .pris-Statng that they were oily wait- lity of Whiicnt rom thence to the ferry, .and even had offered. their lands, for sale co'hirig. A liberal reward. will be paid by
To count-ract the uorce.ot prejudices g for t event to embark a consider eve'y. where presents the eye of the tra- but my astonishment-wasoverconme when the subscrib.er.toany persohgiying.information
thus aertly and industriously, excit- ,.,, .. ,.ht r veer w th the ost pleasing prospects,. I reflected that itis a settlement. of tern. of the same '
ed, and to afford the public an oppor.. o 8 s oi n to oe of and the.bosoms-ol its possessors with the pherate, steady, calculating, and indeed ROMULUS RIGGS.
offo.. .. ..g -ofSgu s-belongig to one uthmnand steady,.crlc- .. Georget7wneoetownocr 10-iw -
^tu y of forming a correcopinion renla t,.n l.n .por ..o N ,,rk most enlivening hopes. Thins strip of close people whose former mistnanage-
;.ve to the nature and conduct of ~his, should b iimn ediately prepared tor sea, Imestoo land is of considerabe length. ment ad mistaken system of hsbandry rai .
ic hs ca l u m n ie-a t e d .ex p Led i o n is t h edp lho l d b e i m n m d ia n d r eor d r s id e r a b e l e n htm
much calumniated expedition, is the pu It manned but not more,.where my observation ex- had, never .enabled them .to deposit any
pose of the owng short and simple ons a te tire posal of the lead tended, than 8 miles in b.eadth. Nature, thing in their coffers ; and who, soon.orr ,SPe s Ls omieedfrms epubliche it
Narrative. r'. "l of the expedition ; that i 3 weeks in her distributions, seems to have made than embarrass :themselves to .improve eihiAc..dy theC.ityof Wshingon, m
.The arrival of Greneral M'Gregor in- 'o that time (tie 2 of this narrow belt of land the peculiar, ob their lands, (not contented with the pros- -6th street east, near the navy yard The course
.the United .States excited considerable sel e a ,s ject of her'.favors. The original charac- pect of an ultimate benefit) would prefer oh. istriction intended. to oe pursued in this
inteestwial.."e- ,o l ip l would be iready- to sail, ani shouldject.
interest with all those who had sympa- ca ter of this land being, as I presume, ofthe disposing of their lands, and going Ui, '" tut .n .will embrace th branches geiieral.
thised in the struggle which tihe Patriots 'n v 200 land rovi 'o i to most fertile nature, has.. bee cherished, thel large families to the we-tern coun-. a irch fomed ui erl p
ofSouthAmerica wre moths, a pai of tilley consist nursed and improved by. .iong, judicious try, where they can settle doW upon .-- wit the
cipate themselvesfrom the oppressive of one howitzer ne pouners and successful course of agricultural im- lands already rich, and can have a more iso .. mp. an,t .Lt.--:',c L.n aid Greek
and degrading yoke of Ferdinand. The twelve and a i su oammni provemeni, until it may with great justice extensive sphere of action. Have made I;,.r14,,-E.:.T>. i.-, and other blanches of
high reputation which tis officer had said, that -for amenity of appearance, this digression to explain the consistency ''".et-..c. 1 ne itizens of '.i.'-.ingr.m-ho
acquired in the Patriot service, rendeftd Re_, ..ofi.. y v strength of its soil,. and the extent of -its :of the oppiionwiiich I advanced in rela- mi' be disposed to pattoiis 'C --i.t ..e..
mp tr "ee nu ctres, Co o ,n rt letn w Yok on 5tie podtNuctions, it is exceleId by no part of tion to the present strefigth and adapts- aigosesfrom a liberal eduo and
conmmn to our. country wene not of .a 4th of May, 18 17, with the most san- Virginia, and unequalled by most of it. tion of this soil for improvement, and tl,,_- I. -; .,..c, ,l,.:1 itn, ,. unempulved; &
personal nat ure-but that he came co. hoes ofsucess with the emost Iut-suing my journey on to Lesburg, lethargy ofthe people towards inpra. 1.- i ,m,. :r-, ctiai that the -"oral
miissioned by tihe republics of :the. South ermInatih of attacking Amelia Island 'sin Loundoni county, Va..l passe through merit; and their .desire to sell., and literary improvement of hispupils may hbe
to collect around .him and give :direction ai. on .o a.tig .A i n whit are called. the shot hihls of Loudona. When I coImpare these lands with the '.-'.-,'.:t .. .o dlorr parents, and.honotabie to
to all those ardent splirts who were ddsi- sou after is arrival at Sava nnahl, as This section of country also presented a well known arid productive lands which tleand heot h
t h e -n u s e o f- l ie fl t ~ y .m e mLt x co ulj d b e 0ryo cl pde- f o ra n ds,. O c t 0 eomt"
rous of combnting in the caise of li er et t-- e. ls ..yO i^-saLnd ai -:a.r ..i.a -agriculture of the I have. before noticed, I am induced -to -
ty. In consequence of this conviction, winds, he did not reach Savannah until a- lost pleasing description. The face of think that they are not so light in the A valuable Farm for Sale
applications were iade to m from var bout the the 20th of May, when lie imr- this country s most advantageously or- scale of comparison, as one would at fir. ,ibscrierisel onrasonab
ous quarters, and he very sooh thought el upon ctd by nture ; it constantly presents ose. he former lands, it is true, a v bse and productive of 60
hmanas~l in condition (o undertake the sion wianth cteud upon tne objects of'nis s, i.,.p, .
hn.u i a condition to iw themsson withe utmost zeal and indus to the eye numerous gently rising emi- do at this time present the agriculturist ores, or thereab6,it~--being partoithelands of ,
coquesf the Foras whichhad long try. Several merchants were found in nences, in almost endless succession. If with a two-fold harvest, with the except the late Richard Brent, Iying on Kettle-Run in
been a favorite object with the Patriots of at city willing to risk a smallcaital in there is any alteration which might be lion of a few farms in the latter. But the county 6f Prince William, in the state of
b a f a o e be c t i v i ththePa t i o o f t h a t c i t y s vi l l i n g t o r i s k a s m a l l c a p i t a l i n ti ee te r n a l f o i mPf thcs c o o n w e n w e r ep meg r te i -r f r o m tta t
Sranih r.a t a th expedition ovided they could be desired in the e r formofthis coun- when weerefcct upon the greater facility is e daoc tia^. Mi
... "aSi e important aids and t sop- up thity, it should be that these hills are rather high ; c.f getting their productions to iarke "te from .Geo'gegwn and ie city ,-.
plies fiom s the United States," To effect inatiheoe wealthy cities of the north. it less so, they would afford all the advan growing out of their greater contiguity, ington. This fa liei ia the centre n e-
this desirable object, a very small force Colonel Posey fraty disclosed to them tages fo1r draining the land, and be the and consider the diminution in the ex- ctnt neighborhood,is handsomely situated
was deeedsucientthfirstinstance. he naure and aout of thereso ior easily cuitivated.. This part ol pence of getting plaster of Paris, thelat- .bmdanty watered, atld has upon itr ample
IHe was made to believe by gentlemen nate and amouh t be e theed r ur- Louion is inhabited principally by for- ter advantage beuig peculiarly valuable, roportioo of wd. iThe-soilts naturally sctrg,
'roporti-ndhaconideab. The sortian of itrbasayorsone,
of respectable standing in society, who ceswhich might be expected from .sa te o"
That thyuatt a h art length agreedtao imrs whose steady habits aud turn fb'r when the facility of getting this ltanur' i .years past beenc,,tivateccod t,-" it. .ost
rtacqin.ted With te feeling agsand wis-frnish him with thirty thonsanddoilars aSiitlttire) nave enabled them to carry is considered in connection with the sin- approved,.rales of ,odt husa,- 'osse
Iy acquainted w ith the feelings amid w ish- i.. .." h i sail to hi ,,e -t "
es ofthe inhabitants of the Flordas, that With part of this sum, li he immediately r s o, ag sof agtrit gula profit which is a consequence olts 0 tillm be given on the first day of January
his approach woutild .be hailed by themSet about to procure provisions, arms and tu in ptovement. Tis is pobab y ap icoi at his ppey i
wasc lostlc ntt o'appicionfoundhimself inac tc country, possssesthese partofthe country, by observing that a ,ooege L.Dreu'nSal c, rto
should be lated on some aint c condition to commence ctive'operations vantages over t, vz :ts geatr nothing but a most unaccountable ignor- the subscriber living in Alexandria. '
us toth ed about the 18th ofJune Eveerythi s contithingguity to market-and, 2d, the great ance, in relation to the merits and intrin- JOHN D). SIMMS.
wod ok to it f-omil po of ti U. :provided but troops, and they, he was in- er fcilty of pt' cuing poster of Paris, sic value of this land, together with the se 10-"f
duced to beiceve, might be had in- suffi thi- great restorer of our soil. I will say disadvantaguous .system of agricnilture,
i o, did ts c seem cent num-bers at any time. Prudende "~ oeof the lands i London, heretofore pursued, has prevented it*from fHgers TOWn Jockey Club Races.
w.a k own that many t cii oz rbad him to attempt to raise those until o se i Pince W ilu-.aan, which I pas- beisg one of the most desirable and flour- .. -. Hliers Town J.ckey Club Itaces wil
ou- coun ry hdatl -Ia' tesctady- It t the last moment of his departure. "Iised .rough inmy route, until we reach fishing parts of the state of Virginia. cmaence, on Wednesday, the 2lth day
t sees t his stoie hi PP-t"s, he *heard oi- to etlatpart latter countynsvhich is whi is tesetving for a fufuture number fartthier o .Oc next ,on w .he ta),here w'1l be a
South America for E purpose, of aid- es ,.- situatedbetween Itoad and Cedar Runs obset'va.os o othe .pot- of our.coon teg*" ;-s ;vi to th to n,4 riles
t, A r th p o ie arrival ofGen. M, Gre.oo at-Charl, atOson other potsofourcun- e
ing tie atrii cause. tn, S. C. and very soon received a letter and tie country, to a limited extent, on try, which may probably be interestiag to nad r-pe'e, free foi ran y a" on the continent
Iri d tt se considerations the from the General, requesting his attend-. te opposite sides of those runs. This your readers, -e -e pprietor paying the ame entrance an
enal was inic d to hastenhisre ce in that city. Heinstantly complied tact o country is sub-divided by Slate I am, gentlemen, ssu1scbipdon a.. a member of the club.
enerain was iEruced. toastenhis prepa- wioi tht ci q e i and was not l o ld c anrd ttle Rtlns. Part of the country Your obedient servent, A Town purse of'' 300 will-be run for oa
Ea.rarns, Ealy in -A .pril. hcn gave notice with. thi ,' I i w a.... aait.lc itihdin lthe above limits, is sterile ; and o ,n. ii. .A ii t Thursday, tle 30th), 3 o les ad repeat, ree
to the oifier e wsi flad enl.gaeui to follow rpris"ud discover, upon -a confem'ece hc baal ance,. tlou-tsh prbabiy general ANSYLVANIAFAwMr,,taad- f .... ", ee
his fortunes, to hold themselves in rea wth the.Geeral, that he had coe onto. na t A Sweepstakes of 200 -wl l be unn ,nr on
disrtudesart immdielvs froin Chlarleston uttem'ly destitute of esor fes ii', inits presentstate, to-some part riday, thie 31st, 2 miles and repeat, free as
dinessto depart immediately hot-m t^ e Ion the ..e.ti i ; nd wa 'es i' ,''.... e s i
Unit.State. Aboth mo hie ost that it wotld-be necessary to draw upon loiever more worthy of notice. 1 shall ,ASH will be paid by the sab.cr.iber for sl" Properjiuages will be appointed, and the ra.
conspicti ous t from t of e thP funds in SavannaI for the pu.c.ae Ie more particularly my d escription of i es' patents ror lpds located in the at ,fis lllc tdhedt every respect, acco-
whilcs_.e hadl..erd m.ine Am'iny olf time o e Ch-l,, io h ,. p 'n tract aotCu-II, as I remained longer hnoils Tervitory. inquireat my Eychange a f 0, too.the i,,.les csf dae -'1. a-i>ngt tockey
United States, as well as fon his talents of a vessel in Cha"est.on, which ihtl r .be ir rsre oe e t_.v n ote, Iriestreet, G morto' Ut do e'e nt pirses v.il be paid at the
and virtues, was Col.. Thornton.1. Posey, supplied witha few guns, and would serve t irOMULUS R S. "judges' stad on each day, by the
native ofVirginia. It is due to the ex' as a traiisport. The General according- orv..sed a gs'-at deal'. it the practical Georgetown, oct10- .r MANAGERS.
altedmerits and lamented Late of this gal- ly was furnished with 17,000 dollars out rnen,andalsoas it is apartofour country Ha.ers Town, Sep 19-2.-eo
ant officer, t at t pa- which e acted -the 30o0 raised i S na t hr ite n. t r arka ea- -Lost or Mislaid This is to give Notice,
affar uld be presented to the ub chasing a vessel to answer. his purpose, meet with, is its astonishing adaptation to T ,IAM H. HAMEt1'S note, endorsed TiAT the subscriber haih obtained from
atair rou oe present. tO ant antpointimgr a place of ri'enderlous fo the g-rowth of grasses. Timothy appears bv Jacob (oideeon and the subscriiter. for the Orphans' Cout of Washing.on C;,m.
mor view. depanitr requires that the me- the tops about fify miles distant to be the spontaneous production of this. 129 46, dated August 12th, at 60 days. i'a- ty, in the Disuictof t olumbiao Letters'of Ad-
mory of. a departed- hero should be res- A a "P-slan l "y mi es distnt:om spil,"and closer, flourished whete pI ern ment ofthe same has been stopped. ".ministration on te personal estate of lemnry
cued from-the fangs of an unjust and in- Ameli Island, col. Posey was sent back sproap clve fti le l s ANDREW COYLE. Herford, lt, socfW,shinston Co.nty, deceased.
discriminate *spirit of defamation. At to Savannah, with orders to be at that atenpts have bee" made at its cultiva oct 10- All persons indebted to said estate are re.
traced b the fame of AGregr and place with as nmay men as he could coP tion, to a most elicouraging degree. The ousted to cai- an make payment without fur.
traced byy teime' a ., altregor, and plte ii.e a' e as h former plant spontaneously affords its timer notice or delay, to
stimulated by an ardent desiie to seek .G ya cea ay, at wich time and comfortable shade to the A arm for al. 1 IES IARNEDAdm'r.
honor and ,ame under the banners which bI- regor wlvoulhad mDethim in the ied sil, whenever the plowshare or the hoof T-IE subscriber wishes t sell a small Farm aug 23'-det jY"if -
anet oppressed -yeople had.-raised in de- brig, wc he had purchased, and with do not ipede its g'wth dI wins in Montgomery County, Md. about lo .
ance-to tyranny, he.eagerly sought an in 100 men .. onot pedes gowth and i wtns miles from Washingfon City, containing 1368 'Iariborough Jocktey Cluh R.aces
terview with that general-and as soon as On the 25ath of Je, Gen. M'Gregor sed i some instances, (they we'e few to acres. This land ties e-v h~nse tke ace a, 4th, lh and 16s
he was satisfied with respect to the na- ived at the ce appointed, with abut, e se,) as iproiising and abundant clover farming ; it is very well watered. There is a of next morth, instead of the.7lh, 8th
turec of his vieivs, and the authorities sixty souls, including officers and men fields as ever' vwerepresentedtomyinspec- it an excellent orclti.rld, and a pretty good and 9th, a s.heretiofore advertised. The rea-
dtuerwiotshv-ieasctedcostedtor ets un- and the crew of the bt'ir, where Cot "- tion during the whole of my ride. Timo- dweling house. It would be exchanged tor. son oft i:s chh,ite is, that the City Races take
der which he acted, consented to accept ... .had bet g f ere 0- f thy, which in most parts of our county well situated property in Georgetown or Wash- ',ch:e one week ater than was expected.
anappointment under him. : The *com- sey a een waiting o r him-for several to.b ch: ised with th utsy, ington City. On their first day a pu-se :iil be run for al "
mand of the regiment was iMmediately s, with forty or fifty officers and pi- e e ""o THOS. dsATTEiOi -400, 4 miles and repeat; the second iday
conferred upa o ]e wi dielYan Col. P. -with the nrivia.n. votes mo t of whom were sailors, taken care of main order to tpepfshse production of sep 30-eo3w p;,u,,rse of 2-0, 3 miles an d repeat; the 3d lay

lef qufbudapphrvstheeirqurehno2s oiln 3in ( .Cvarur hemae po
ie of apponting hisrom the shipping at Savannah...o ti
lege~n .....undaantt har"vess"owt........oerer ma-r-"quoires noni ,2rmua ewt san .... ......an pueattaresfheereq rehne'- ete prd oc.et, edtle etpro tolf ol
ny ofwom he had co e a On the 27th of June, the whole of th is nursing-it is spontaneous: indeed, they it,r, a" t atd bso,, money, whidh is expected to be con-
mnore, saehe.10taofAuplsed hGea tellme' -oisesnetimon ThevMedical Lecturesintosiepele
boutt-he thad fiecte pin Baltic- force proceeded for Amelia, theI.me tt-ie'itserlfeptms tin'weHcomely oh-
ofby, sea in his b and Col.--Pose -trudesitself ugpn them; being a-plant ofj the University of Maryland wll com- TH.E ST'EWARDS.
ing to the di-cctions of MiGregor, with a n hs, an Co. Pose' m open le o a C toubernagreeably
th t a rme boats titough what. is calledtthis ui-i, .m .nmon.vigor, it' -sometimes takesMenCe on the last Monday of October. to the atrble.(fof said Club.
the expectationtht aiioessePassage. It wat supposed thatthhe. complee- IIof e favorite lot,; aug t sep 27---
p edvsslcomplete poas(s~ioa atsome tvort lt aug ta WtNov